The former US president, Barack Obama, has revealed in an interview about the US presidential elections and talked about what 72 million votes mean to Donald Trump.
Trump is refusing the US Elections and Calling it a fraud even if several media houses are calling for Joe Biden and making Biden’s transition harder.
Seventy million votes were received by both the candidates and the first and the only black president, Barack Obama said that this clearly shows how the nation is deeply divided.
Obama, in an interview with CBS, told Gayle King: “What it says is that we are still deeply divided. The power of that alternative worldview that’s presented in the media that those voters consume — it carries a lot of weight.”
After the question, if that worries him, he said: “Yes. It’s very hard for our democracy to function if we are operating on just completely different sets of facts.”
He said: “It is not my preference to be out there.”
“I think we were in a circumstance in this election in which certain norms, certain institutional values that are so extraordinarily important, had been breached.”
“That it was important for me, as somebody who had served in that office, to simply let people know, ‘This is not normal.'”
Obama mentioned: “that way if they lost, right? I mean, if my daughters — in any kind of competition — pouted and — and then accused the other side of cheating when they lost, when there was no evidence of it, we’d scold ’em.”
He says Presidents, he maintained, are “temporary occupants of the office, by design.”
“And when your time is up then it is your job to put the country first and think beyond your own ego, and your own interests, and your own disappointments.”
“My advice to President Trump is, if you want at this late stage in the game to be remembered as somebody who put country first it’s time for you to do the sam