Former President Barack Obama has been in full panic mode after one of his former speechwriter wrote a book exposing many of his secrets that he had been hidden from the public.
According to Freedom Daily, the book is about everything from jokes, drinking, conquests to conquer women as trophies on a shelf, deliveries of f-bombs, laughing, young white staff, as well as the notion that everything seemed like a frat party while running the country.
David Litt – a person that was in Obama’s White House for his entire presidency – wrote that he was part of an all-male, all-white and all under-40 team which produced speech after speech for the president.
This is bad for Obama, since he is a race-baiter that wants to be remembered as a person who fought against sexism, and like that was not enough, he wrote that seduction in D.C. was “almost painfully easy”, as colleagues used their White House credentials to pick up women.
“At one point, a blond local newscaster caught the eye of a co-worker, who pursued the news anchor by inviting her to holiday receptions and sports teams visits to the White House.
Every time she arrived, he would charm her, drop a couple of names and then apologize for not being able to stay – almost too easy. After sealing the deal, he bragged about his conquest, but you could tell he was only going through the motions.”
In addition, you will be able to witness the jokes of the male anatomy and frequent “f-bombs”, according to Daily Mail:
“During a run-through of his speech for the 2012 Correspondents Dinner, one of the members of his team made a racially-loaded joke that referenced the president’s manhood.
The line alluded to Joe Biden’s remark that the president had a ‘big stick’ when it came to foreign policy: ‘Let’s just say, dreams aren’t the only thing I got from my father,’ speechwriter Nussbaum wrote as a joke, and as Litt claims, ‘POTUS laughed so loudly that I was hopeful he would add the line to the script’. Anyway, a ‘presidential d*** joke was a bridge too far’ during an election year and the line was scrapped.”