It was clear since the beginning of the election campaigns that Obama doesn't want a billionaire to become the next American president, especially a man who publically abused other countries and women. We all know how much Barack loves America and cares for its people, he never looked so dull from his face, as he looked while welcoming Donald Trump at the White House.
It did not even happen when Barack Obama took oath as the first African-American president. Media around the world had said that Barack is fit for the presidency, but it'd be hard for him to make firm decisions. However, people fell in love with his diplomacy and made him the two-time President of America. Things have changed now; Barack has left the White House.
Let's have a look at all the differences we have been witnessing.
Barack Obama, not for once in his life has slept without inspiring at least one person, after becoming the president of the US. It was his choice, his inner voice, that motivated him to take this action.
The man who won the American presidency. If you go through his presidential debates, and interviews that he has given during his campaigns, it will tell you the major difference between Obama and Trump. He only talked about hurting other nations, immigrants, Muslims, building walls and what not. He's is surely not the one to whom younger generations can relate to like they did for Obama.
A black day in American history, a day where one president who was so excited to leave the White House, and to lead a healthy life was at a point feeling helpless and hoping to spend some more days in the country somehow to work for the benefits of America.
And Trump? Well, we have seen it all, already.
In this picture, you can see him with Pam Bondi, Attorney General of Florida. Even after having an umbrella, large enough for two people, Trump knowingly left her behind.
Barack Obama, facing the storm alone, while the Secret Service Agents trying and keeping First Lady dry. I've never noticed Obama looking so tired, upset and down faced.
See the difference, do I need to tell you anything else? But maybe it's too late already, and we couldn't help it. After all, Trump has become the American President after winning the most electoral votes in the election.
As Barack Obama said, let's give Trump a chance to keep America united.
Let's hope that he'll succeed in performing his responsibilities and maintaining the world peace.
P.S. The article is based on writer's individual opinion.