Obama “fundamentally disagrees” with Donald Trump’s Muslim Ban Executive Order and is Supportive of Protesters
Former President Barack Obama has made a statement on his successor Donald Trump‘s executive order and the protests thereafter.
Obama, who left the office 10 days ago, said he is “heartened by the level of engagement” from the American people and that he “fundamentally disagrees with the notion of discrimination” via his spokesperson, Kevin Lewis on Twitter –
Kevin Lewis pointed out that citizens’ engagement in politics has been near and dear to Obama before these events, as Obama previously addressed “the role of citizens as guardians of democracy” in his farewell speech – click here to read it.
His spokesperson also clarified the story circulating that Obama banned Iraqis from entering the United States in 2011, in a series of retweets.
And further clarified with this Obama statement as well.