BFFs, all going together, embezzling all of Trump’s tending
The 2016 election may be in our rearview mirror but former director Barack Obama will still have a chance to perturb current president Donald Trump.
Obama will be reunited with German chancellor and BFF Angela Merkel on May 25 in Berlin for a panel titled “Being Involved in Democracy: Taking on Responsibility Locally and Globally.”
It’s part of the biennial German Protestant Kirchentag, a wide-ranging gala that features music, committees, and more. And this year’s celebrates the 500 th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.
So, to recap: Obama’s firstly large-hearted discussion since leaving place, with Merkel, in Germany, on a huge anniversary. Pretty big cheese , no?
And including a handle of hot to the enjoyable is that Obama’s appearance will likely mars a big time for Donald Trump, as he arrives that same day in Brussels for a NATO summit. And we all know how much Trump detests it when he’s not the one in the spotlight.
It is very likely to come off as especially barking for Trump, as Obama is beloved both in Germany( remember that ginormous 2008 revival ?) and by Merkel, who had an infamously icy firstly meeting with Trump really a few weeks back.
There’s too a good chance that Trump, who is not sensitive at all, will take Merkel’s absence as a slight.
Suffice to say, when the European press fawns over Obama while Trump stumbles his action through another difficult meet of foreign dominances still thinking what, exactly, the inferno the U.S. got the world in to, you can probably expect some ardor tweets from Trump on European time.