Washington, Oct 15: The current first family of the United States, the Obama family, looks adamant to completely "destroy" chances of Donald Trump to set his foot in the Oval Office of the White House.
After the first lady Michelle Obama, President Obama took potshots at the Republican presidential nominee.
This is what Twitter had to say about Obama's recent remarks against Trump:
According to the Associated Press, as the presidential election draws to a close, Obama has increasingly embraced his role as troll-in-chief to the former reality star who hopes to succeed him in the Oval Office.
Blame the Republicans
Without mincing any words, Obama blamed GOP for Trump's rise. "The problem is, that they've been riding this tiger for a long time. They've been feeding their base all kinds of crazy for years primarily for political expedience. So if Trump was running around saying I wasn't born here, they were okay with that as long as it helped them with votes," Obama said at an event for the Ohio Democratic Party in Columbus.
Read President Obama's 'Swamp of Crazy' speech about Republicans here:
Trump targets Obama
The Republican presidential nominee is not someone to keep quiet for a long time against his adversaries. In his usual "cheap" style, Trump wondered why President Obama hasn't been accused of sexual assault.
This is what Republican presidential nominee said about Obama:
"Look, Obama is an incompetent. He's an incompetent president. He doesn't know what he's doing, and he's out campaigning all day long. He's talking about me like he knows me. I don't know him; he doesn't know me.
Why doesn't some woman maybe come up and say what they say falsely about me, they could say about him? They could say it about anybody. They could say it about anybody. I'll tell you what, he better be careful, because they could say it about anybody. Anybody at all.
But Obama is an incompetent. As a president he's about as bad as it gets. Look at what's happening, how Iran is taunting us. Look at the world."
This is what a social media user had to say about Trump and his verbal diarrhea:
I hear Facebook is rolling out a new option where you can mark yourself "safe" from Donald Trump.
I hear Facebook is rolling out a new option where you can mark yourself "safe" from Donald Trump.— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) October 15, 2016