If Trump elected, Obama won’t give White House tour

If Trump elected, Obama won’t give White House tour

It is customary for sitting Presidents to give complete and total tours of the White House to future Presidents.

After eight years in office, former President George W. Bush gave then Senator Barack Obama a full tour of the White House before officially vacating the premises in January of 2009.

Regarding this current election cycle however- and with all of the jabs Obama has officially directed at the GOP nominee for President- it is quite predictable that if Trump is elected in November, Obama will not return the same favor as shown him by George W. Bush.

Bush gave Obama a tour of the White House. But will Obama return the favor to Trump?
Bush gave Obama a tour of the White House. But will Obama return the favor to Trump?

It is difficult visualizing Donald Trump being led through the White House Rose Garden by current President Barack Obama. Yet this very image of bi-partisanship was on display when George Bush walked with Obama through all the various rooms and corridors of the White House- including the Oval Office.

With the entire establishment up in arms against the candidacy of Donald J. Trump, it’ll be highly interesting to watch certain famed events such as the Presidential inauguration and other milestones if Trump is elected in November.

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