Obama Calls Donald Trump after roadblocks statement

The outgoing President Barack Obama calls the President-elect after the Republican attacked Barack Obama of halting the transition to his administration in a tweet of alleged "inflammatory statements and "roadblocks". The tweets last Wednesday morning brings tensions to the outgoing president and President-elect in less than three weeks before the inauguration day and assuming of office of the new President-elect of America Donald Trump.

President-elect told the media which get-together in his Mar-a-Lago Resort in Florida
"We had a very nice conversation, we had a general conversation." 
White House Spokesman Eric Shultz have the statement
"Today’s call, like the others since the election, was positive and focused on continuing a smooth and effective transition."

Eric Shultz added
"The president and president-elect committed to staying in touch over the next several weeks and agreed their respective teams would continue to work together to effectuate a smooth transition of power on January 20th."

Recently, Donald Trump posted on his twitter account against the statement of President Obama for the US to abstain from a UN Security Council voting and declaring Israeli settlements in West Bank is illegal that irritate Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Source: Bloomberg Politics
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