The Hypocrite in Chief said, "Going through the legislative process is always better in part because it's harder to undo." Well, Obama didn't take his own advice and Trump said that he's going to undo all the executive orders of Obama's once he's in office starting with ObamaCare.
In Obama's second term, he warned Congress about his executive power: "I've got a pen and I've got a phone," he declared. He did not say, however, that he also has a gay lover and a pocket Koran.
I'm not saying he has, he just didn't mention it.
In 2014, Obama went berserk with his executive pen and began to rely heavily on executive actions because Congress found it hard to support his socialist and controversial agenda, such as his irresponsible immigration policy, which even the Supreme Court blocked.
Mr. Trump said during his campaign that he would "cancel every unconstitutional executive action, memorandum and order issued by President Obama."
Personally, I'm just glad that President Obama is leaving the White House. In my opinion, he was the worst president in history and it will take a lot to surpass him in that category.
And the very fact that his large-framed, angry wife is not allowing the peaceful transition of power to take place as witnessed by her comments, is testimony to the failures of his presidency.