While the current president spent his weekend badmouthing the Federal Bureau of Investigation on Twitter, his predecessor, former President Barack Obama, was in Paris speaking about the great need for more women in elected office.
"Not to generalize but women seem to have a better capacity than men do, partly due to their socialization", the former US president said on Saturday at an invitation-only event during a visit to Paris, Agence France-Presse reported.
Speaking at an invitation-only event organized by a network of communications professionals known as the Napoleons, Obama did not mention President Donald Trump, who announced his withdrawal from the landmark global deal in June.
While in France over the weekend, former President Barack Obama just couldn't help but take a verbal shot at his successor.
Mr. Obama praised the efforts of individual US states and cities aimed at reducing carbon emissions, and said that America is still on track to meet climate goals set in past agreements. On Friday, while visiting India, Obama also took veiled shots at Trump.
Obama said he uses spellcheck and punctuation.
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The agreement would have left American workers and taxpayers to "absorb the cost in terms of lost jobs, lower wages, shuttered factories, and vastly diminished economic production", he said.
Obama arrived at the presidential Elysee Palace at midday on Saturday.
Macron, who received Obama's public support during his campaign for the presidency, slammed Trump's decision to ditch the climate accord last June, but has since tried to maintain cordial relations with the billionaire.
Obama's comments quickly went viral, as news sites implied the former president was calling on Americans to elect more women into Congress.
'And the good news is that in the United States, there are states, companies and universities and cities that are continuing to work to make sure that America lives up to the agreements that we made in the Paris accords'.