Trump’s obsession with Obama is dishabille in a parody video that’s recently resurfaced from 2012. His elementary antics continue to leave us with our mouths hung open…
Donald Trump’s former personal attorney, Michael Cohen exposes his ex supervisor’s disdain for the first Black President, Barack Obama in a book he recently released entitled Disloyalty: A Memoir .
The book shares that Trump displayed his hate for the former President by hiring a look-alike “Fauxbama” to fire him “Apprentice style” in this satire laced video that was reportedly filed for the 2012 Republican National Convention.
Cohen’s book has been published by journal giants CNN and The Washington Post. According to BET, CNN reports that in the book Cohen does not name the man that was hired to play Obama, (see video below).
Trump, 74, has exhibited a heated jealousy for Obama,59 by making baseless and unproven statements about Obama. For starters he called him and his administration “human scum”. Moreover, he has proven how perfunctory he feels towards people who don’t share the same class or color, by making racist statements, pushing false narratives and igniting the same hate within his followers.
Cohen’s new book describes a plethora of unreported incidents in the past where he’s made the racist and disparaging comments. In other parts of the book, according to The Washington Post, Cohen writes that Trump allegedly said he believes Obama only got accepted into Harvard Law and Columbia University because of “f—ing affirmative action.”
You gotta laugh at the blatant ignorance. Cohen also reportedly writes about Trump, who says also claimed Mandela “was no leader”.
“Mandela f&$d the whole country up”, Cohen reports that the president said about the icon who led the country out of apartheid. He continues, “Now it’s a s—hole. F–k Mandela. He was no leader”.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation responded to Trump’s reported remarks about the South African on Monday afternoon.
“We do not believe that leaders who conduct themselves in the way Mr. Trump does are in a position to offer authoritative commentary on the life and work of Madiba,” the organization stated. The statement continued: “Reflecting on leadership, Madiba once said: ‘A good leader can engage in a debate frankly and thoroughly, knowing that at the end he and the other side must be closer, and thus emerge stronger. You don’t have that idea when you are arrogant, superficial, and uninformed.’ We would recommend these words to Mr. Trump for consideration.”