President Trump targeted both Barack Obama's post-presidency transactions in a series of tweets on Monday, demanding an investigation into the former president's book and Netflix project.
"The House Court has given up the Mueller Report, unfortunately for them after two years and $ 40,000,000 spent – ZERO COLLUSION, ZERO OBSTRUCTION," Trump tweeted. "So they say, OK, let's look at everything else, and all the offers that" Trump "has made during his lifetime. But it doesn't ….
" …. works that way. I have a better idea, he continued. "Look at the Obama Book Deal or the ridiculous Netflix deal. Then look at all the deals Dems made in Congress, & # 39; Congressional Slush Fund & # 39; and finally the IG reports. Take a look at them. These investigations would be over FAST! "
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A few hours later, Trump continued his Twitter tirade, writing: "They failed with the Mueller report, they failed with Robert Mueller's testimony, they failed with everything else, so now the democrats are trying to build a case that i enrich myself by being president good idea, besides i will, and always have expected, to lose BILLIONS of DOLLARS ….. for the privilege of being your president ̵
In April, former President and Michelle Obama unveiled the initial projects that their production company, Higher Ground Productions, would release as part of a new partnership with Netflix.
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Spearheaded by Priya Swaminathan and Tonia Davis, Obama launched Higher Ground last spring in an effort to produce a diverse mix of content, which includes a scripted series, an unwritten series, a docu-series, as well as documentaries and features, according to a previous press release from the streaming giant, which announced the multi-year agreement.
And in 2017, it was revealed that Obama's secured bookstore with Penguin Random House The former first lady's memoir "Becoming" – which was published last year – has already received a $ 65 million advance. At the same time, it has been reported that Barack's memo will not be released until next year.
Many social media users immediately responded to Trump's tweets, stating that Obama "can do any business he wants to make money."
"President Obama and former First Lady Michelle Obama are private citizens who have the right to enjoy their success. (And both are very fine writers.) That's the American dream," said another individual.
While others simply wanted to see #ObamaNetflix trends on Twitter. "Get the trend going #ObamaNetflix," said one person. "I I'm in this Obama Netflix trend! #ObamaNetflix," echoed another person.
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Earlier this month, it was revealed that Obama's was in a trademark dispute over the name of the legal team that represents Obama's inaugural statement the trademark of an e-book publishing company called Higher Ground Enterprises, much to the publisher's disgrace.
Fox News & Brian Flood and Julius Young contributed to this report