America has been reeling from Trump’s first month in office, and it may not come as a surprise that when former president Barack Obama was seen in New York City, the crowd started to cheer for him with enthusiasm.
According to MSNBC, on February 24, Barack Obama was in NYC for “a surprise appearance,” and crowds were filmed outside a building where he had an appointment. ABC updated and said the Obamas were in the city to see a Broadway show called The Price.
Unlike the “crowd” that Trump said was lined up outside of the 2017 CPAC convention, according to The Hill, the Obama crowd was real, extremely excited, and were screaming his name repeatedly.
Obviously, there is a side of America that wants Obama back in office instead of Trump, but that is impossible, according to the 22nd Amendment that details limits for a president’s term in office.
In the meantime, Obama has been on vacation, and his first destination after leaving the White House on January 20 was to go to Palm Springs.
Afterward, Obama was the source of jealousy for many Americans when he spent some much-needed quality time with his family in the British Virgin Islands.
Now that he is back in the lower 48, Obama has moved into his new Washington, D.C., home, within a couple of miles from the White House.