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Year of 2019 Photos: Obama versus trump

I miss Obama so much. It makes me want to cry when I see his happy grin or attentive face of someone who actually cares. Below are some photos of Obama versus trump from 2019 (a couple are pre-2019). The difference between these two people is like night and day.

(Above) President Barack Obama invited President-elect Donald Trump to the White House for a meeting following his election win. The two met in the Oval Office, where they shook hands in front of members of the press, Nov. 10, 2016. It was their first meeting and Trump’s first visit to the White House.

(Above) President and Mrs. Obama work together to build furniture for a school during the Leaders: Asia-Pacific convening in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in December.

(Above) Source: https://www.patheos.com/blogs/laughingindisbelief/2019/12/the-onion-makes-president-trump-its-man-of-the-year/

(Above) Source: https://www.thenation.com/article/2019-trump-impeachment/

(Above) Source: https://www.outsidethebeltway.com/trump-awarded-lie-of-the-year-for-third-time-in-five-years/

(Above) President Obama and Steph Curry take the stage at MBK! Rising for a town hall conversation with young men of color from across the country. (Source: https://www.obama.org/year-in-photos/)

(Above) September 25: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky meets with US President Donald Trump on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly. A day earlier, the White House released a transcript of a conversation that Trump and Zelensky had in July. According to the transcript, Trump repeatedly pushed for Zelensky to investigate Joe Biden, a former vice president and potential 2020 political rival. There is no evidence of wrongdoing by Biden. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced that she would be opening a formal impeachment inquiry on Trump. Trump has insisted he did nothing wrong in his phone call with Zelensky, saying there was “no pressure whatsoever.” The House impeached him in December. Jonathan Ernst/Reuters

(Above) MBK Rising! brought together hundreds of young men of color with the leaders working to break down the barriers they face. (Source: https://www.obama.org/year-in-photos/)

(Above) June 24: The bodies of Salvadoran migrant Oscar Alberto Martínez and his nearly 2-year-old daughter, Angie Valeria, lie on the bank of the Rio Grande near Matamoros, Mexico. They drowned trying to cross the river to Brownsville, Texas. The shocking image was a grim reminder of the dangerous journey migrants take to get to the United States. Julia Le Duc/AP

The Soweto Gospel Choir energizes the crowd with song, dance, and emotion during the Leaders: Africa convening. The music fueled inspiration and connection for our 200 emerging leaders. (Source: https://www.obama.org/year-in-photos/)

(Above) September 4: US President Donald Trump shows an apparently altered map of Hurricane Dorian’s trajectory. The map showed the storm potentially affecting a large section of Alabama. Over the course of the storm’s development, Trump erroneously claimed multiple times that Alabama had been in the storm’s path. Jonathan Ernst/Reuters

(Above) Mock-up of trump being selected for Time Magazine Person of the Year 2019 award as he thought he had it won.

(Above) September 23: Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg (Time’s actual Person of the Year for 2019) watches US President Donald Trump as he enters the United Nations to speak with reporters. Thunberg, 16, didn’t mince words as she spoke to world leaders during the UN Climate Action Summit. She accused them of not doing enough to mitigate climate change: “For more than 30 years, the science has been crystal clear. How dare you continue to look away?” Trump later mocked Thunberg on Twitter. Andrew Hofstetter/Reuters

(Above) President Obama meets the Leaders: Asia-Pacific class of 2019 during a five-day convening in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (Source: https://www.obama.org/year-in-photos/)

(Above) Source: https://www.bostonglobe.com/2019/12/14/sports/trump-attends-army-navy-football-game-2nd-year-row/

Louise Bernard, Obama Presidential Center Museum Director, reacts to supporters of President Obama’s 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns as they share artifacts and stories during a collection event in Iowa. (Source: https://www.obama.org/year-in-photos/)

(Above) Source: The Nation: 2019 Will Be the Worst Year of Trump’s Life 

(Above) Source: Daily Wire: Leftists Use 13-Year-Old Barron To Hit President Trump

(Above) Oul Salav grins as she hugs Mrs. Obama at the Obama Summit in October. Oul is an alumna of The Harpswell Foundation, an organization supported through the Girls Opportunity Alliance Fund. “I want to be an example for other girls in Cambodia,” Oul said. “If I can go to school, work hard, and achieve my dreams, then maybe they will believe that they can do it too. And they might even get a hug from Michelle Obama along the way.” (Source: https://www.obama.org/year-in-photos/)

(Above) November 20: President Donald Trump holds his notes while speaking to the media. Trump repeatedly said he told Gordon Sondland over the phone that he wanted “nothing” on Ukraine. “I say to the Ambassador in response: I want nothing, I want nothing. I want no quid pro quo,” Trump said, reading from notes that appeared to be written in Sharpie. “Tell Zelensky, President Zelensky, to do the right thing.” Erin Scott/Reuters

(Above) MBK Rising! brought together hundreds of young men of color with the leaders working to break down the barriers they face. (Source: https://www.obama.org/year-in-photos/)

(Above) October 2: US President Donald Trump talks to reporters about the House impeachment inquiry. Trump called the inquiry “the greatest hoax,” lashing out at Democrats, the media and the anonymous whistleblower who submitted a complaint to the intelligence inspector general. Kevin Lamarque/Reuters

President Obama stands backlit on stage while sharing his thoughts on the importance of leadership to create lasting change across Europe. (Source: https://www.obama.org/year-in-photos/)

(Above) June 30: US President Donald Trump shakes hands with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as the two meet at the Korean Demilitarized Zone. Trump briefly stepped over into North Korean territory, becoming the first sitting US leader to set foot in the nation. Trump said he invited Kim to the White House, and both leaders agreed to restart talks after nuclear negotiations stalled. Shealah Craighead/The White House

Manuel Gutierrez Perez joins President Obama and 10 other rising leaders in Bogotá, Colombia, for a roundtable discussion about the future of their region. (Source: https://www.obama.org/year-in-photos/)

(Above) Source: Business Insider

(Above) A room full of Obama Youth Jobs Corps interns get the surprise of a lifetime when President Obama drops in unannounced on their meeting. “When President Obama walked in the room, it was just pure shock and joy,” Urban Alliance intern Adarah Hale reflected. (Source: https://www.obama.org/year-in-photos/)

(Above) President Obama takes in images of the future Obama Presidential Center during the 2019 Summit. The world-class museum and public gathering space is expected to break ground in 2020, pending federal approvals. (Source: https://www.obama.org/year-in-photos/)

Well, I think you get the idea. Sure, there are some "smiley" photos of trump available on the internet, but I decided to select trump’s photos based upon the popularity (they’re "higher ranked" in image Google Search) These photos of trump above are how most of the world sees him.

And the photos of Obama are also how the world sees him. Two completely different people.

I miss Obama.

Vote Democrat 2020!

4 Comments »

  1. Of all the photos of trump, the one that stands out for me is the profile in red cap. There are so many things wrong here, it’s hard to know where to begin but I think it’s the vivid line of demarcation between his shimmery bronzer and his pasty skin.

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