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The Obamas Slammed For Snubbing The Trumps Refusing To Take White House Photo

November 14. 2016

 

President-elect Donald Trump and President Barack Obama

Members of the press are slamming President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama for not taking a photograph with incoming resident of the White House, President-elect Donald Trump and his wife, Melania Trump, who will be the new First Lady. When former President George W. Bush and his wife, then First Lady, Laura Bush, were departing the White House, they took an official photograph with the then incoming Obamas.

Look at Obama's face

Some in the press are placing the blame on Michelle Obama stating she resented being upstaged by former model, Melania Trump. The press has stated there exists discord between the two women for various reasons. However, the decision to cancel the photo-op would have to rest with President Obama, who had an angry and scared look on his face upon having to accept Trump won the election.

Melania Trump and Michelle Obama

Obama is still in denial that Trump won, as he and corrupt politician, Hillary Clinton, went to drastic extremes to rig the election, in a set of disgraceful maneuvers that ultimately failed. Reality was setting in on Obama and he looked very upset and fearful during his meeting with Trump at the White House. On the other hand, Mrs. Obama did smile at Mrs. Trump in a separate photo-op. The two women looked relaxed in what appeared to be cordial discussion.

STORY SOURCE

Classless Obamas Cancelled Photo-Op of White House Welcome for President-Elect Trump and Wife Melania

Nov 10th, 2016 11:34 am - The Obamas refused to be photographed welcoming President-Elect Donald Trump and his wife Melania to the White House Thursday morning, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal. "The Obamas canceled a photo-op of the current and future first couples outside the south entrance of the White House. In his first visit to the White House after the 2008 election, Mr. Obama and first lady Michelle Obama posed for the cameras alongside President George W. Bush and first lady Laura Bush. The decision not to participate in this tradition illustrates how bitter the campaign was, particularly for Mrs. Obama who delivered some of the most emotional arguments against electing Mr. Trump."...

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com

Michelle Obama Furious After Melania Trump Outclasses Her On First Day As First Lady

November 13, 2016 - Last Thursday, Donald and Melania Trump flew to the White House to meet with Barack and Michelle Obama. With the current and future First Ladies side by side, it was clear that Melania outclassed Michelle. Melania showed up to the White House dressed in a double-breasted black coat, a black skirt, and high-fashion Christian Louboutin pumps.

She was the picture of elegance as she arrived for her private meeting with Michelle and Jill Biden. Some sources have noted that Michelle was so enraged about the fact that Trump won, she refused to appear on camera at all. Nobody will know for sure if she treated Melania with the respect she deserves.

In fact, Michelle was so resistant to play nice with the Trumps the media was forced to cancel the customary photo of the two couples. "The Obamas canceled a photo-op of the current and future first couples outside the south entrance of the White House," The Wall Street Journal reported.

"In the first visit to the White House after the 2008 election, Mr. Obama and first lady Michelle Obama posed for the cameras alongside President George W. Bush and first lady Laura Bush. The decision not to participate in this tradition illustrates how bitter the campaign was, particularly for Mrs. Obama who delivered some of the most emotional arguments against electing Mr. Trump." ...

http://endingthefed.com

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