Celebrating Presidents’ Day with Barack Obama and FOX News

by | Feb 21, 2022 | Politics & Corruption, Quick Facts, Racism (Us vs Them)

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Celebrating Presidents’ Day with Barack Obama and FOX News

by | Feb 21, 2022 | Politics & Corruption, Quick Facts, Racism (Us vs Them)

Photo by History in HD
Barack Obama's two terms in the White House were notable for their complete lack of scandal. But not according to FOX News.

Today is Presidents’ Day. A few years ago a couple presidential “birthdays” were combined into a more efficient albeit generic presidential homage.

Rather than go through a litany of accomplishments and gaffs of past various presidents we thought it might be handy to contrast just two.

As we know from recent news reports, our latest former Oval Office occupant had a really bad week last week with court losses, orders to appear for deposition, his accounts firing him and invalidating 10 years worth of financials. Scandal after scandal on top of scandal.

To offset the anticipation of an even worse week to come for Trump, we’ve decided to let The Daily Show give us  a rundown of top 10 scandals of his predecessor. Scandals? Actually, Barack Obama’s two terms in the White House were notable for their complete lack of scandal. But not according to FOX News.

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