With 80 thousand Americans dead and millions more unemployed due to the virus that's upended daily life in the United States, President Donald Trump has called for widely expanded testing and heeded the advice of health experts to keep lockdown measures in place until new cases of the virus are on a consistent decline.
Just kidding, he's tweeted over 100 times about an unspecified crime committed by his predecessor, former President Barack Obama.
Accusing Obama of improperly investigating Russian influence over the 2016 election, the President has said Obama's so called crime—which Trump has dubbed "Obamagate"—makes Watergate look "small time."
But for all his tweeting about it, the President couldn't name a specific crime committed by Barack Obama when asked on Monday by a White House Correspondent.
Reporter: "What is the crime exactly that you're accusing [President Obama] of?" President Trump: "You know what t… https://t.co/N3rblzYC0Z— The Hill (@The Hill)1589231925.0
"You know what the crime. The crime is very obvious to everybody. All you have to do is read the newspapers, except yours."
While Trump may not have been able to articulate what Obamagate was, Obama's former White House photographer posted photographic evidence of it on Twitter.
Though it wasn't as damning as Trump likely thought it was.
The photos show Obama ordering at a cafeteria, talking on the phone, using a selfie stick, speaking with advisors in the Oval Office, hanging out with supporters, holding an umbrella for two others, and holding his wife's hand.
Souza accompanied the photos with the caption:
"So many crimes.
I fully expect to be subpoenaed by the Attorney General."
Souza's followers found the so-called offenses just as laughable as Souza did.
The photos reminded people of how much they missed Obama.
Barack Obama's book, The Audacity of Hope, is available here.