It's funny how our president goes to Ethiopia and dictates to the African Union that they should change leaders through a democratic process saying, “Nobody should be president for life.”
However, this comment goes completely against the comments made by this sitting president in April during the Summit of the Americas when he said about regime change on Communist dictatorship in Cuba, “On Cuba, we are not in the business of regime change.” Following this beautiful comment with “no one is above the law.”
Why doesn't he use this strong language with terrorist-sponsoring nations like Cuba and Iran when negotiating deals?
This president is a bundle of contradictions wrapped in a package of hypocrisies.
Jacob Eljaua, Miami Lakes