WATCH: Barack Obama Complains He’s Being “Forced Out” of the White House

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Aug 9, 2016   |   1:22PM   |   Washington, DC

Most Americans and pro-life voters have had enough of President Barack Obama. Eight years of possible the most pro-abortion president in history has been more than enough and thankfully his time will be up in January.

But, in a new interview about his golf game — and Obama just recently played his 300th round of golf as president, more than most people will play in their lifetimes — Obama complains he’s being “forced out” of the White House. Here’s the video and transcript:

REPORTER: “These days, have you taken any divots out on the South lawn here?”
OBAMA: “The grass is little thick here, I don’t practice that much. I am a — I am not a hack, but I’m not quitting my day job. I’d say—“
REPORTER: “Actually, you are quitting your day job fairly shortly.”
OBAMA: “Well, and I made it good. I am being forced out, I didn’t—I didn’t quit. The—I’d say, I’m an honest 13. I’m an honest 13. I think my errands are good. My drive is straight but unimpressive in length—”

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