Most former American presidents have retreated from the spotlight and let their successors to rule the nation, but unfortunately, Barack Obama has no enough class to do it while he is attempting to steal as much attention from President Trump as he possibly can.
To Obama, there is nothing more important than remaining “hip” and popular with the Hollywood crowd. It was particularly sickening when it was announced that he would be the first guest of late night host David Letterman when his new Netflix show premieres on January 12.
According to Daily Mail , the six episode series’ name is “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman” and it is supposed to feature interviews with Obama-loving celebrities like Jay-Z and Tina Fey. Letterman’s interview with the former president will be the first one he has done since leaving office.
Letterman has said how excited he is about his new show, which he wants to be extremely liberal. This is what he stated:
“People were always saying ‘What do you want to do?” and I got tired. I did what I wanted to do for over three decades. The idea was put together by Netflix and the Radical brothers, and what I like about it is that it fits exactly what I want to do, and includes people I’m fond of working with. It is not 10 hours a day, five days a week.”
Barack Obama will use this interview to further his quest to bring Trump and the Republican Party down, no doubt. This comes after The Hill’s’ announcement about the dozen former Obama administration officials challenging Republican incumbents for House seats in the 2018 midterm elections. Most of the officials are looking forward to unseating GOP lawmakers deemed vulnerable by House Democrats as part of a wider effort to take back a majority in the chamber.
The ones that plan to run include former White House technology adviser Brian Forde, who is challenging Rep. Mimi Walters, and Colin Allred and Ed Meier, a former Housing and Urban Development official and State Department official respectively, who are challenging Rep. Pete Sessions.
Among the other are former acting Assistant Secretary of Defense Elissa Slotkin, who is running against Rep. Mike Bishop, and Sarah Jacobs, a former State Department official, who is challenging Darrell Issa.