Obama Advises Trump Over ‘Signals Of Unity’, Temperament, ‘New Voice And New Ideas’

United Stated President Barack Obama said it was important for President-elect Donald Trump to send signals of unity after a bitterly fought campaign. At a news conference, Obama declined to comment on Trump’s selection of conservative provocateur Steve Bannon as his White House chief strategist. He also said that Donald Trump’s temperament “will not serve him well” in the White House and that he has “concerns” as he prepares to turn over the reigns to his successor.