Barack and Michelle Obama with Donald and Melania Trump at the White House on the day Trump took over from Obama. Since then, Trump has cited Obama as the man behind many of Trump’s most controversial policies.
Barack and Michelle Obama with Donald and Melania Trump at the White House on the day Trump took over from Obama. Since then, Trump has cited Obama as the man behind many of Trump’s most controversial policies. Evan Vucci AP
Barack and Michelle Obama with Donald and Melania Trump at the White House on the day Trump took over from Obama. Since then, Trump has cited Obama as the man behind many of Trump’s most controversial policies. Evan Vucci AP

Trump is crediting many of his policies to a surprising source

February 09, 2017 10:38 AM

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