Obama Blasts Trump Administration's Foreign Policy

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President Barack Obama slammed President Trump's foreign policy, claiming that former Vice President Joe Biden would do a better job if elected.
President Barack Obama visits a campaign office, Monday, Nov. 5, 2012, in the German Village section of Columbus, Ohio, to greet and make phone calls to volunteers. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

Here's a good one for you. Former President Barack Obama criticized President Donald Trump on — of all things — his foreign policy. He stated that Trump lacks the "patience" and "focus" needed to make substantial changes to U.S. approach to the international community.

In an appearance with two of his former aides, Jon Favreau and Tommy Vietor, on an episode of the "Pod Save America" podcast, Obama slammed Trump for his approach to foreign policy matters.

"It's not as if Trump has been all that active internationally. I mean, the truth is he doesn't have the patience and the focus to really substantially change a lot of U.S. foreign policy," Obama said, adding that Trump has "systematically tried to decimate our entire foreign policy infrastructure."

The former president touted his former Vice President, Joe Biden, claiming that he "respects people who know history and have expertise."

Obama also referenced reports of Trump referring to Haiti and African countries as "sh*thole countries." He stated that Biden would "pay attention" to experts on Africa "as opposed to calling it a bunch of — I won't say the word — countries." He continued, stating that Biden "has a respect and understanding of what American leadership can do."

He also observed that Biden's positions on foreign policy issues have evolved throughout his time in public…
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