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IJR: Fmr. Trump Deputy Campaign Manager Rebukes Obama's 'Corruption-Free' Administration With List of Scandals

President Donald Trump's former deputy campaign manager David Bossie rebuked the idea that former President Barack Obama had a "corruption-free" administration with a list of the former president's scandals. 

In a column for Bloomberg, written by Albert Hunt, pointed to various polls, which found that Americans largely favor Obama over Trump.

"The explanation seems simpler: a respect for integrity. Obama had it, running a largely corruption-free administration," he wrote. "The Trump presidency, all 16 months of it, has been marked by lies, greed, ethical transgressions and criminal charges."

On Sunday, Bossie appeared on Fox News' "Fox & Friends" with a list of Obama's own controversies.

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