If you have had the misfortune of tuning in to MSNBC lately or reading any liberal rags which still can't come to grips with the fact that Hillary Clinton is the reason Donald Trump won, then you have no doubt heard how horrible it is when powerful people from one country try to influence an election in another.
I wouldn't put it past Vladimir Putin to try something shady, but it's not like he is the first head of state to try to push for a certain outcome in another country (the U.S. is a repeat offender of this).
That didn't stop President Obama from imposing sanctions on the Kremlin...And it sure isn't stopping for the former President from trying to influence the outcome of the French election this weekend by endorsing Emmanuel Macron....
It's one thing for a President to campaign for a candidate of his own party here in America, something Obama did more than any other outgoing Commander in Chief in recent memory, especially out of the ones who have traveled the country on the modern Air Force One, which comes at a hefty cost, and you can bet the DNC didn't cover the full tab for all those trips.
But now, just days before the French cast their ballots, Obama is openly endorsing a candidate in a Presidential election of a major ally, a move that even the Clinton News Network called "unusual" ...but don't expect to hear Rachel Maddow or any of her Obama-sycophant friends to say the French election is rigged or challenge the legitimacy of the results, as long as their preferred candidate prevails.
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