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Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Obama vows to fight Trump after Robert De Niro is a no-show

President Obama hiked up his mom jeans, grabbed his crotch and rolled his shoulders as he got all "fired up" at President-elect Donald Trump. Both men are reality TV stars, but Trump has promised to roll back Obama's multitudinous regulatory policies. 

The man who Trump said was born in Kenya predicted a long fight after he's out of office and majority Republicans take control next year.

Trump has promised to repeal and replace ObamaCare and cancel "every unconstitutional executive action, memorandum and order issued by President Obama."

If "The Donald" does what he promises, he will have effectively eradicated everything President Obama has done to drive the country into a ditch on the left side of the road.

Trump pledged to vastly increase oil and gas drilling on federal lands and open up offshore drilling in the Atlantic and other places where it's blocked. 

He also wants to repeal the Clean Power Plan, the effort to limit carbon pollution from coal-fired power plants, that has Obama's signature on it and is his strategy for fighting God's plan of global warming or maybe not warming all that much, but so what? 

Currently, the CPP is on hold awaiting a court ruling.

While it's almost a given that Trump will try to repeal or dramatically change ObamaCare, and will have the backing of a Republican-controlled Congress, Obama warned in a conference call with Democrats that it is "not as easy" as some say.

Perhaps Trump's phone battery needs to be charged and his pen is out of ink.

Meanwhile, there are a lot of people who have promised to leave the country if Trump won and they're still here. And Robert De Niro hasn't been heard from since Hillary conceded.