Barack Obama’s secret meeting has Republicans worried sick

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Obama has been rumored to have an undercover role in the White House. But this meeting may reveal everything.

And Barack Obama’s secret meeting has Republicans worried sick.

On Monday, former President Barack Obama met with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak at his home on Downing Street in London, England.

At the time this article is being written, there is no word on why the meeting took place, but it did last for an hour.

After the meeting, Obama was seen with U.S. Ambassador to London Jane Hartley.

The meeting was described as “informal” by what was told to The Daily Telegraph by an official.

The Times also said that the British finance minister also arrived to Downing Street a little bit before Obama did.

After the meeting took place, the former president said that he was “tempted” to answer questions from reporters but decided not to.

And now some are wondering if Obama’s visit with Sunak in London is a way to undermine the authority of President Joe Biden.

There’s also worries that Obama is violating the Logan Act through this visit.

The Logan Act prohibits unauthorized U.S. citizens from having any sort of negotiations or formal talks with a foreign government.

As mentioned before, The Daily Telegraph reported that the meeting was “informal,” but there’s no way to know that for sure without more information.

Ever since President Joe Biden was sworn into office, there’s been theories that Barack Obama is actually pulling the strings behind the scenes.

While there isn’t any evidence to prove that, secret meetings like the one the former president had in London, only fuel those rumors.

There’s also some questions over whether or not Obama is trying to undermine a potential Trump presidency should he be elected to office for a second term this November.

Again, no evidence of that has come to light, but we wouldn’t put it past Obama and his Democrat lackeys.

This meeting is definitely something to keep an eye on in the coming days and weeks.

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