Former President Barack Obama took a thinly veiled swipe at President Trump, saying commanders-in-chief should avoid watching television and scrolling through social media.
"What you have to do is to create a process where you have confidence that whatever data is out there has been sifted, sorted, and the core issues that are going to be important to your decision, you're able to see it around," Obama said in San Francisco on Wednesday, according to CNN.
"And that requires not just a good process but making sure you have a team that's got a diversity of opinion. The other thing that's helpful is not watching TV. Or, you know, reading, you know, social media," he said. "So those are two things I would advise if you're president not to do, because it creates a lot of noise and clouds your judgment."