Posted on September 6, 2016


CNN: “President Barack Obama bade farewell to G20 leaders in Hangzhou, China, on Monday by reminding them they’re living in “turbulent” times — and he wasn’t kidding.”

His valedictory Asia tour, which moved on to Laos later in the day, is unfolding amid diplomatic slights and great power rivalries that reflect the unstable nature of the world Obama will bequeath to his successor in January.
The controversies reflect the way international politics is now a stew of many competing, rising or resurgent powers that see fewer reasons to simply fall into line behind the United States than was the case following World War II and the Cold War. And it may suggest that foreign leaders are now just as interested in who will sit in the Oval Office next as they are in Obama as he heads for the exit

The news media hid China’s refusal to roll out the red carpet when he landed at the G20 and not a lot was said about the president of the Philippines calling him an SOB but the humiliation and disrespect has been ongoing throughout his administration, beginning with Hillary as Sec of State.

The president of the Philippines offered an apology but he said it.

Hillary’s record as Sec of State speaks for itself.

Obviously Obama is a lame duck but he has lost control of his own country not to mention the respect of the world.


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