Speaking In South Africa, Obama Warns Against ‘Strongman Politics’ Former US President Barack Obama spoke on Tuesday, addressing several topics while honoring a political legend. cbs4.com on July 17, 2018
Obama warns of 'politics of fear and resentment and retrenchment,' never mentions Trump by name Obama described the recent political environment as protectionism and “barely hidden racial nationalism” in the west and authoritarianism in developing countries. Obama’s speech came one day.. USATODAY.com on July 17, 2018
Obama warns IRS on tax targeting
President Barack Obama says it would be "outrageous" if Internal Revenue Service staff targeted conservative groups for extra scrutiny, saying anyone found to have done so must be held fully..
Financial Times - 3 weeks ago
Obama warns of "strongman politics"
Speaking at the 16th Nelson Mandela annual lecture in South Africa, former U.S. President Barack Obama warned that "politics of fear and resentment" are on the move, and "in..
Rumble - on July 18, 2018
Obama warns of "strongman politics"
Speaking at the 16th Nelson Mandela annual lecture in South Africa, former U.S. President Barack Obama warned that "politics of fear and resentment" are on the move, and "in the West, you've got..
Reuters Studio - on July 17, 2018
Obama Warns Of ‘Politics Of Fear’ In Mandela Address On Values The former president gave a warning about what he says is a growing number of politicians pushing a quote "politics of fear, resentment and retrenchment." CBS 2 on July 17, 2018
Obama Warns of ‘Strongman Politics’ After Trump’s Meeting With Putin In his highest-profile speech since leaving office, delivered in South Africa, the former president warned of leaders embracing the “politics of fear, resentment and retrenchment.” NYTimes.com on July 17, 2018 Former Ambassador To Russia Looks Ahead To Trump's Summit With Putin Michael McFaul, who sat in on meetings between Putin and Obama, warns that the Russian president "doesn't meet just for the sake of a meeting; he seeks to advance Russian interests." NPR on July 3, 2018
Obama Warns Democrats ‘You Are Right to Be Concerned’ About America: ‘Fear is Powerful’ “If we don’t vote, then this democracy doesn’t work.” Mediaite on June 29, 2018
Obama warns: if America stays so divided, our democracy and economy won’t survive · *Former President Barack Obama remains hopeful that America can solve its political divisiveness.*
· *But he also has a stark warning for the US: Our economy and our democracy are at risk if we.. Business Insider on May 26, 2018
Obama Warns Social Media Risks Splintering Society “All of us in leadership have to find ways in which we can recreate a common space on the Internet,” he said. Huffington Post on December 27, 2017 Obama warns about ‘different realities’ on the internet The former president shared insights with Prince Harry in a BBC interview. Politico on December 27, 2017
Obama warns that society being splintered by online biases LONDON (Reuters) - Former U.S. president Barack Obama said the way people communicate via social media risked splintering society and leaders had to ensure the Internet did not cocoon users within.. Reuters on December 27, 2017
Obama Warns Americans Against Following In The Path Of Nazi Germany "You've got to pay attention — and vote," the former president said. Huffington Post on December 9, 2017
Obama Compares Trump To Hitler: "60 Million People Died So You've Got To Pay Attention, And Vote" It's almost never a good idea for a political figure to invoke the name of Hitler. In fact, that very mistake undoubtedly contributed to premature demise of Sean Spicer earlier this year.
*Of.. Zero Hedge on December 8, 2017
Obama Warns Against Isolationism, Populism in Montreal Speech In a speech that several times contained veiled criticism of President Donald Trump, former President Barack Obama warned against the appeal of authoritarian leaders, CNN reported. Newsmax on June 7, 2017 Obama warns "history will cast a harsh judgment" if Guantanamo facility is not shut down The president urged Congress in a final letter as president to close the detention camp at Guantanamo Bay, where just 41 detainees remain incarcerated CBS News on January 19, 2017