Obama didn't have the decency to call President Trump by name, but his insinuation was understood by many. The time of a former president not criticizing the new president seems to have come to an end.
The former president, who along with his wife is busy amassing a vast fortune through speeches and books, has seen his legacy dismantled by President Trump -- and he's really getting steamed about it.
In a decade or two, there'll be virtually no memory of what Obama did in the office (which for the record was not much). But what will be remembered is how pathetically petty the 44th president became after leaving office.
Obama appeared Monday at the Obama Foundation summit, held at the Mariott Marquis hotel in Chicago, and blasted Trump, calling him an angry racist who has "mommy issues."
When the topic of global warming came up, Obama said: “The reason we don't” invest in climate change policies “is because we are still confused, blind, shrouded with hate, anger, racism — mommy issues.”