Trump Just HUMILIATED Obamas On LIVE TV When He Shows Proof Of What Barack Privately Begged Him For!

As many of you know, it’s tradition for the exiting president to leave the incoming president a personal letter.

“There will be trying moments. The critics will rage. Your ‘friends’ will disappoint you. But, you will have an Almighty God to comfort you, a family who loves you, and a country that is pulling for you, including me,” Bush wrote to Obama in January 2009. “No matter what comes, you will be inspired by the character and compassion of the people you now lead.”

Bill Clinton left Bush a similar letter.

Barack Obama continued the tradition, and Obama spoke about it during his recent interview with ABC news. Trump called the letter “beautiful,” stating that “I won’t show it to you (or) read it to you, but (it’s) just a beautiful letter,” President Trump said. “There were numerous lines (that struck me most). So well written. So thoughtful. So thoughtful.”

There’s one part of the letter that stands out – because Obama makes a request you know Trump will follow through on.

As Conservative Fighters reported:

None of the words written in the letter surprised our President, and he said that “it was stated beautifully that I’m representing a lot of people”.

“And I’m carrying on a very important tradition and just ‘do a great job’.

“He wants me to do a great job.”

“He said something that was very interesting to me.”

“He said ‘you know if I thought your health care plan was going to be better than his plan, Obamacare, I would support it’.

“And I believe he would.”

Granted, designing a better system than ObamaCare is something anyone who isn’t a liberal could probably do – but that just makes it all more likely that Trump will replace it with a better system. Heck – even if he repealed and didn’t replace ObamaCare it would be an improvement. When a doctor removes a cancer, you don’t ask what he’s going to replace it with, do you?

Watch Trump’s interview.

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