U.S.  President Obama holds news conference at the White House in Washington

Trump will get wake-up call when he takes office, Obama says

U.S. President Obama holds news conference at the White House in WashingtonBy Roberta Rampton WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President-elect Donald Trump is in for a quick wake-up call and will have to adjust his temperament when he confronts the realities of his new job on Jan. 20, President Barack Obama said on Monday. In a news conference at the White House, Obama said the freewheeling Trump could not be as outspoken as he was during the long and bitter campaign that ended last week with the Republican’s surprise win over Democrat Hillary Clinton. Subdued and carefully choosing his words, Obama gave what appeared to be dispassionate advice to his successor free of much of the partisan rancor that marked the election campaign.

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