On Sunday night, Donald Trump tweeted that he “didn’t do a lot of work for the Obamas,” after former president Barack Obama told Fox News in September that he’d “never seen such poor work ethic and lack of interest in his duties as president.”
The statement was interpreted by many as a swipe at the Obams and a sign of Trump’s disdain for the presidency.
Now, according to an analysis of the president’s Twitter posts from FactCheck.org, the Obamas had no intention of leaving their jobs.
In fact, according the website, they were in the process of leaving and were planning on returning to the White House in the coming months.
Here’s how FactCheck found that the Obama family was actually planning to stay in the White Capitol.
Trump’s tweet was retweeted more than 8,500 times.
The tweets came from more than 300 different accounts, with a majority of them being retweets of the former president’s tweets.
FactCheck identified the tweet that the president claimed was the source of his tweet, as it came from a Facebook post by Trump’s daughter, Ivanka.
“I just wanted to say to you all that we will be staying at the White house,” Ivanka Trump wrote on April 11, 2017.
“Our family is committed to the presidency and we look forward to doing what we do best.”
She added that she would be “coming home to the family home soon.”
The tweet that was the first to receive attention was sent by Trump and his daughter Ivanka Trump in response to a tweet from former Vice President Joe Biden.
The tweet was sent just two days after Biden announced he would be leaving the White Senate and headed to Pennsylvania to serve as a surrogate for the Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton.
“It is with great sadness and a great deal of regret that we are leaving the Presidency of the United States,” Biden wrote.
“The time has come to seek treatment for a life-threatening condition, but I know we can come together and find a way forward together.”
In the following day, the vice president tweeted: “It has been an honor and privilege to serve the people of Delaware and to serve our country.
But the time has finally come for me to put my life and my family’s future into the hands of those I love the most.”
In his tweets, Trump said Biden was “a great person” who “served and led the country with honor and integrity,” and added: “He did a lot to make the country great.
I can only hope that he never has to go through what I have.”
The Obamas’ departure was initially announced on March 4, five days before the election, but the former President’s tweet did not surface until May 11, six days before he left office.
In that tweet, Trump called Biden “a good man and a true friend,” and praised his wife, Michelle, for “making him the great president he always dreamed of being.”
Biden, in turn, wrote on Twitter: “I thank you for the incredible support and the wonderful words of encouragement.
You are a true patriot.
You will be missed.”
In an interview with ABC News in May, Trump praised Biden as “a very talented man and politician.”
“He was always a great politician.
He was always very, very smart,” Trump said.
“He never had a real problem.”
In September, the White Hill Hotel in Washington, D.C., was used as a backdrop for the first Vice President Biden photo op since leaving the Oval Office.
Biden’s campaign was preparing for the former vice president to make his first visit to the city.
But by the time the campaign made its final preparations, the hotel had already been transformed into a venue for the vice presidential campaign.
On September 11, as Biden prepared to travel to the Obambys’ hometown of Wilmington, Delaware, Trump tweeted: I want to thank my friends in Wilmington, Del., for the great job the Vice President has done with Wilmington.
But I know they are going to need all the help they can get.
We will see you in Wilmington soon!
The next day, Biden visited the city of Wilmington to meet with local residents and lawmakers, as well as attend a rally to rally support for the Wilmington mayor, Joe Moscato.
He had a busy day that day, as he traveled to a rally for the mayor and several of his supporters in Wilmington.
Biden was spotted meeting with a small group of local residents in Wilmington on September 12.
He told a crowd of more than 2,000 people that he had met with the residents “many times” in Wilmington during his time in office, including with the mayor, and that he would continue to do so.
Biden told the crowd that the town was “really important” to him, and said that “the mayor has done a fantastic job in terms of making sure that everybody in Wilmington has been able to get back on