This shows that while Obama will not publicly criticize his successor, it's a different ball game altogether when he is with his friends in private. Asked how Obama's opinion has changed over the last 100-plus days, People's source reportedly stated, "Well, it hasn't gotten any better".
The 44th U.S. President Obama gave regards to President Trump after he won the presidential elections over rival Hilary Clinton in November of previous year.
Certainly, the same couldn't be said of the Harvard-educated lawyer Barack Obama.
That comment came shortly after President Trump called Obama following his surprise win in the November election and voiced his "respect" for the man, according to Daily Mail.
A new People Magazine story revealed that former President Barack Obama told friends in November that then-President-elect Donald Trump was nothing more than "a bullsh*tter". Both Obama write books, and they also plan to create a "Presidential center, Obama's" South side of Chicago.More news: White House advisers postpone Paris climate deal meeting
Trump allegedly professed "respect" and "admiration" for Obama, but after the phone call the former president reportedly said, "He's nothing but a bulls**ter".
"He's deeply concerned with what he's seen", the source said.
Watch Obama discuss his relationship with Trump in the video below. But there is a possible break in the storm, as Trump and a lot of his advisers are headed out on an eight-day, five-nation trip starting Friday, with the first stops in Saudi Arabia and Israel.
We all know that even if he doesn't want to admit it, the 44th President of the United States must have some type of opinion about the 45th President of the United States. In December 2016, he told CNN's Fareed Zakaria that he still believes he made the correct decision. "Have we been flawless in the execution in what is a complicated policy in the region? The answer is yes".