Photo, above: SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA – JULY 03: In this handout photo released by the South Korean Presidential Blue House, Former U.S. President Barack Obama shakes hands with South Korean President Moon Jae-in during their meeting at the presidential Blue House on July 3, 2017 in Seoul, South Korea. Obama is in South Korea to attend anAsian Leadership conference in Seoul. (Photo by South Korean Presidential Blue House via Getty Images)

H/T Thomas Ventimiglia
South Korea’s President just dissed President Trump in a most thoughtless way by agreeing to meet with FORMER President Barack Hussein. The subject of their meeting? President Trump. How incredibly disrespectful!

Newsflash, Moonbat! Barack Hussein is not President anymore. In fact, he wasn’t even President when he was President.

In response, President Trump should invite Moondog’s predecessor to the White House and treat him like royalty, publicizing the fact that the subject of their meeting was President Moondust.

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From The Daily Caller
Former President Barack Obama seems to be feeling nostalgic for his old job, meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in Monday for 40 minutes.

The Korea Herald reported that Moon spoke about his recent meetings with President Trump in Washington and asked Obama for his advice on how to improve that relationship.

The meeting came after Obama spoke at the Asian Leadership Conference and the Fourth Congress of Indonesian Diaspora in Jakarta. There he attacked Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris climate change accord.

“In Paris, we came together around the most ambitious agreement in history about climate change, an agreement that even with the temporary absence of American leadership can still give our children a fighting chance,” Obama said in Indonesia.

The former president had said before leaving office that he appreciated his predecessor George W. Bush’s silence during his tenure, but also contended that he’s “still a citizen and that carries with it duties and obligations.”

This citizen status has led to him to have an active post-presidential political life.

He appealed to members of Congress in May to have the “courage” to save Obamacare, and just a few weeks into President Trump’s tenure Obama put out a statement through his spokesman attacking Trump’s so-called “travel ban.”

President Trump and Obama have had a strained relationship. Trump has accused Obama of both spying on him and obstruction of justice.