Former U.S. President Barack Obama reportedly described current President Donald Trump as “bullsh***r” after their phone call conversation on the election night, expressing unsatisfactory feelings towards his successor’s administration and policy.

The 44th U.S. President Obama gave regards to President Trump after he won the presidential elections over rival Hilary Clinton in November of last year. President Trump purported his respect and appreciation for Obama.

Obama’s opinion about Trump allegedly hasn’t gotten any better

Two friends of the last Democrat President said that Obama did not believe Trump’s abrupt respect and appreciation after years of a frosty relationship and described Trump as bullsh****r, according to People Magazine.

“He’s nothing but a bullsh****r,” Mr Obama purportedly told two friends in November after the phone call conversation with Trump.

When the sources were asked about whether the way Obama perceives Trump has been altered over the last few months, the sources said, “Well it hasn’t gotten any better.”

At the time, Mr Obama hinted at the phone call during a speech at the White House but never pointed out what the actual conversation implied.

Speech

“I had a chance to talk to President-elect Trump last night,” he told listeners the day after the election. “At about 3:30 in the morning, I think it was, to congratulate him on winning the election and I had a chance to invite him to come to the White House tomorrow to talk about making sure that there is a successful transition between our presidencies,” Obama said.

“Now, it is no secret that the president-elect and I have some pretty significant differences.”

It has been noted that Obama never tended to hide the negative feelings towards his successors’ policy and decision, as he has supported the convention of giving Trump some leeway in the early period of his presidential term, but did not refer to his successor by name during his accepting speech at John F Kennedy Library Foundation’s “Profile in Courage” Award that was held in May.