Obama used honors, advice in goodbye latter to Trump

WASHINGTON (AP) – Prior to he left office in January, President Barack Obama provided his successor distinctions and suggestions in a personal letter that highlighted a few of his issues as he passed the baton. In the letter, released Sunday by CNN, Obama prompted President Donald Trump to “construct more ladders of success for every single kid and household,” to “sustain the global order” and to protect “democratic organizations and traditions.” It is traditional for presidents to leave notes for their successors. But usually these missives do not emerge so rapidly. The handoff letters from President George W. Bush in 2009 and President Expense Clinton in 2001 were exposed previously this year.

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