Barack Obama refusing to leave the public spotlight.
Doesn’t he know his 15 minutes are up?
The Obamas are now negotiating with Netflix to develop a series.
Netflix is apparently too successful and needs to hemorrhage some cash. They’ve already dropped millions on flops from Dave Chapelle and Will Smith so now they want to pay Barack Obama big bucks for a TV series even liberals couldn’t bring themselves to watch. Remember how boring he was as president? Now imagine that in TV show form.
The Daily Wire has more:
The real first reality star president is in talks with Netflix.
On Thursday, The New York Times reported that former First Couple Barack and Michelle Obama are in talks with Netflix concerning a potential series of shows for the streaming service.
According to 44, his administration was scandal-free.
He actually said that.
From Washington Examiner:
Former President Barack Obama appeared to take a thinly veiled shot at President Trump and his administration during a close-door speech in Boston last week, saying that his White House “didn’t have a scandal that embarrassed us.”
Obama made the comment Friday while addressing attendees of the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference, hosted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Strict rules were put in place prohibiting the sharing of images and video of the off-the-record speech.
“We didn’t have a scandal that embarrassed us,” Obama said. “I know that seems like a low bar.”
He also said, “You didn’t hear about a lot of drama inside our White House.”
Breitbart has more:
But Obama failed to mention reports of his press secretary Robert Gibbs’s cursing at Valerie Jarrett and first lady Michelle Obama. Gibbs left the administration soon after.
Obama admitted there were arguments among his “team of rivals” in the White House but said it was more about people trying to solve tough issues.
“I did have a strong bias towards people who just wanted to get things right, get things done, as opposed to people who were obsessed with ‘I want to be right. I want to prominent. I want to have my name in the headlines,’” he said. “And if you can create that culture, then you are more likely to be successful.”
Just go away – PLEASE!