Criticized of his handling of the crisis, Donald Trump attacks Barack Obama

US Presidents Donald Trump and Barack Obama during the inauguration on January 20, 2017. – J. Scott Applewhite / NEWSCOM / SIPA

A few days after being criticized by Barack Obama for his crisis management of the coronavirus epidemic,
President Donald Trump attacked his predecessor, accusing him of not preparing the country for the current health situation.

On Saturday, Barack Obama unleashed the wrath of Donald Trump, calling his handling of the pandemic “an absolute chaotic disaster”. Statements that angered the President. In the USA,
rare are the former presidents who criticize their successor.

“Our basic reading of the rule of law under threat”

On his Twitter account, Donald Trump defended his record in the face of the Covid-19 epidemic: “We are getting great marks for our management of the coronavirus pandemic, in particular with the PROHIBITION of people from China, the source infection upon entry into the United States. Compare that with the Obama disaster and the sleeping Joe better known as the H1N1 swine flu. Bad marks, bad polls … They didn’t understand anything! “Wrote the President.

Barack Obama criticized the controversial US Department of Justice decision this weekend to drop the charges against Michael Flynn, a former Donald Trump advisor, who was accused of lying about his contacts with a Russian diplomat. “There is no precedent that can be found for a person charged with perjury who gets away with it,” he said. “This is the kind of situation where one can begin to fear that (…) our basic reading of the rule of law will be threatened,” he warned.



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