U.S.  President Obama speaks while meeting with President-elect Trump in the White House Oval Office in Washington

Obama tells Latin America and world: give Trump time, don't assume worst

U.S. President Obama speaks while meeting with President-elect Trump in the White House Oval Office in WashingtonBy Jeff Mason LIMA (Reuters) – U.S. President Barack Obama did in Latin America what he tried to do in Europe: tell worried citizens not to draw negative conclusions about the man he once called unfit to serve in the White House, President-elect Donald Trump. In the last stop of an international farewell tour that included visits to Greece and Germany, Obama continued his efforts to calm anxieties since Republican businessman Trump beat Democratic rival and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the U.S. presidential race. “My main message to you … and the message I delivered in Europe is don’t just assume the worst,” Obama told a group of young people during a question-and-answer session in Peru on Saturday.

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