Democrats keep whining about alleged, but never proven, Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. That didn’t stop former President Barack Obama from injecting himself into the current French presidential election just three days before the April 23 vote.
Obama can’t stand that he’s now out of the limelight. So, he has to find a way to generate headlines and try to stay relevant. His earlier comments on the British vote to leave the European Union were completely ignored by voters.
In a phone call to French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron of the centrist party En Marche!, Obama stressed the importance of America’s relationship with France.
Find out how the call was received by Macron and what it says about Obama’s future involvement in foreign elections on the next page.