The difference between Trump and Obama's Father's Day messages

Harriet Marsden@harriet1marsden
Monday 19 June 2017 14:15
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Comparisons of current President Donald Trump to former President Barack Obama are always eyecatching.

Especially when they're made so very, very easily.

People have noticed the difference between both their Twitter feeds on Father's day.

Here's former President Obama:

It's a fairly standard Father's Day post, but it shows some love, some fatherly pride and some outreach to other dads.

It ticks all the boxes it should.

Let's compare to the current President, father of five children.

Here's what he had to say...

It's what you'd expect. He has a job to do but is mostly focusing on the bluster over the substance.

There are also some issues with his Rasmussen poll claims:

1) Rasmussen is significantly Conservative-biased

2) At the same point in his presidency, in 2009, Obama's approval rating (as per Rasmussen) was 55 per cent

3) 50 per cent approval rating? Not exactly. Check the data:

Which leads us to this good point well made:

Or at least something a little more presidential.

HT Occupy Democrats

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