President Obama is oratory, and messaging skills are excellent when he chooses to use them. His Chrismas message was a perfect Donald Trump admonition without any negativity or mentioning him by name.
President Obama's Christmas message a Trump admonition
President Obama's Christmas message began with Michelle Obama recounting their very first message from the Whitehouse that was quite funny. Michelle and the President then thanked America for the gift of allowing them to serve the American people. The President then listed the vast accomplishments of his administration. These included getting us out of the Great Recession, insuring more than 20 million more Americans, strengthening health insurance for all, getting unemployment to a nine-year low, rebuilding our respect worldwide, environmental successes, and much more.
"By so many majors," President Obama said. "Our country is stronger and more prosperous that it was when we first got here."
In effect, that message completely dispels the Trump fallacy of a failing America. But then the President had a fairly direct message to Trump.
"I am hopeful we will build on the progress we've made together," the President said. "in the years to come."
Michelle chimed in with the real message of compassions that those living by the Christian tenets observer. Love, giving, and being one's brother's and sister's keeper. A message in direct contrast from the Randian model of Trump and his ill.