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elbanditoroso's avatar

What's your take on "Obama Netflix"?

Asked by elbanditoroso (26721points) 4 weeks ago

Has Trump lost his mind?

Google “Obama Netflix” and read how Trump’s jealous tweets are more important than war with Iran and issues in the Middle East.

[Short spoiler: Trump doesn’t like that Obama is making lots of money after being president]

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Zaku's avatar

Trump has always been a terrible self-deluding narcissist.

Trump has been nuts for years.

His job since 2016 has not helped his sanity.

This is just another form of it, but it’s been obvious for years.

What’s even worse, is that our society as a whole is not able to see this, and in fact let him become the GOP POTUS candidate, be elected, not be removed from office, etc.

It’s said by some wise people that one is never more sane than the person they allow themselves to be in a relationship with. I’d say this applies to American society and their POTUS.

stanleybmanly's avatar

This is just another in the tiresome list of demonstrations that the fool hasn’t a clue as to the requirements or limitations of his office. The extent of the man’s ineptitude should actually be heartbreaking, were it not for its petty malevolence. Our President exudes the demeanor one might expect from an abused dog chained up in a junkyard. It’s difficult to understand how any beneficiary of such wealth and privilege might warp into so despicable a character. The man is a characterization of villainy suitable to some throwback to the novels of Dickens. It’s unfukin believable!

flutherother's avatar

It is inconceivable that Trump could achieve anything as worthwhile as this…

“Barack and Michelle Obama have unveiled their first batch of projects in development with Netflix.

The diverse seven-title run from the Obamas Higher Grounds Production company addresses social and political activism.
It includes a film on early slavery abolitionist Frederick Douglass, adapted from David W. Blight’s Pulitzer Prize-winning biography.

The former US president said he hoped to do more than “just entertain”. He said the productions “will educate, connect and inspire us all,” by “touching on issues of race and class, democracy and civil rights and much more”.

Mr. Obama and the former first lady signed a deal with the streaming service last year.
Chris Daly, professor of journalism at Boston University and author of Covering America: A Narrative History of Nation’s Journalism, said the Obamas have made “great cultural contribution” with their selections.

From Trump all we have is a series of bitter tweets. There is no comparison.

rebbel's avatar

The only contract he’s ever gonna be able to sign with Netflix is a subscription.

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