While in France over the weekend, former President Barack Obama just couldn't help but take a verbal shot at his successor.
Obama gave a speech to business leaders in the French capital on Saturday, describing what he said was the "temporary absence of American leadership on the issue".
Obama's wife Michelle recently took what was seen as a subtle swipe at Trump, asking the audience at an event to spellcheck and not tweet everything that comes into their mind.
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The remark was a jibe at President Trump who announced plans earlier this year to withdraw America from the deal.
On Friday, the former President lashed out at the current administration, taking a thinly veiled dig at Donald Trump as he addressed a leadership summit in India.
Obama observed he often saw people "getting in trouble" after sending out a tweet and warned others to be careful, HuffPo reports. That's how you know the thought is finished, ' " Obama said.
Obama also met former French president Francois Hollande, who hosted the UN's climate conference two years ago, and Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo.
"I think it's important to be mindful about both the power of these tools and also its limits and to understand it can be used for both good or for ill", he said.