Trump Mocks Obama for Predicting He Would Never Be President
'He said, ‘he will not be our president,' then I won,' Trump laughed
President Donald Trump taunted former President Barack Obama for campaigning for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden as he hides in his basement.
During a campaign rally in North Carolina, Trump asked his supporters:
“You know Obama is now campaigning?" as the crowd booed.
Trump also noted Obama failed to endorse Biden during the Democrat primary and waited until the former vice president had won the nomination.
“There was nobody that campaigned harder for Crooked Hillary Clinton than Obama, right?” Trump asked.
“He was all over the place,” Trump continued.
Trump then mocked Obama for predicting he would never be president.
“He said, ‘He will not run.’ He didn’t know me, then I ran,” Trump said.
“Then he said, ‘He will not get the nomination,'" Trump added.
"Then I got the nomination," Trump continued.
"Then he said, ‘He will not be our president.’"
"Then I won," Trump said as the crowd roared with approval.
“I think the only one more unhappy than crooked Hillary that night was Barack Hussein Obama,” Trump concluded, recalling Election Night in the 2016 election.
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Obama blasted Trump, calling him a "crazy uncle" who tells a "lie every day," during an event on Wednesday.
"And with Joe and Kamala at the helm, you're not going to have to think about the crazy things they said every day," Obama said.
"You'll be able to go about your lives knowing that the president is not going to retweet conspiracy theories, about secret cabals running the world, or that Navy Seals didn't actually kill bin Laden," he said.
"We wouldn't tolerate it from a high school principal; we wouldn't tolerate it from a coach, we wouldn't tolerate it from a co-worker," Obama noted.
"We wouldn't tolerate it in our own family, except for maybe crazy uncle somewhere."