Quote of the week: ‘President Obama’s legacy Is Donald J. Trump’

What will be the lasting legacy of President Barack Obama after eight years in office?

Radio talk-show host Larry Elder offered a simple, yet potent, response.

“His legacy, Sean, is Donald J. Trump,” Elder told Sean Hannity on Fox News Channel’s “Hannity” on Tuesday.

“That’s what his legacy is and the fact that the majority of the American people feel that we’re on the wrong track economically, on the wrong track in terms of foreign policy,” he added.

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Reacting to Obama’s farewell address in Chicago, the best-selling author and Los Angeles radio host said the president’s policies have failed Americans and Black Americans in particular.

“Taxing, spending, regulating, putting pressure on the backs of the American people and the backs of job-creators,” Elder said, “it does not work.”

He pointed out that Obama’s hometown of Chicago “ought to be a shining city on a hill” but the bastion of liberal policies is another example of the president’s failed agenda.

“Where is Obama? What’s his policy?” Elder asked. “I have no idea.”

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