Barack Obama was a failed President.

He was also the most divisive President in our nation’s history.

Now he’s promising to take one horrible step that could tear the country apart.

Americans sent Donald Trump to Washington to dismantle Barack Obama’s failed legacy.

And since holding office he has taken a sledgehammer to Obama’s policies.

Next up on the chopping block is Obama’s DACA amnesty program that granted illegal executive amnesty to nearly one million illegal aliens.

In response to a pending court challenge by Texas and nine other states, the Trump administration announced they will terminate the program with a six-month delay.

Breitbart reported:

“Attorney General Jeff Sessions will brief reporters 11 a.m. on Tuesday about the administration’s decision to end the quasi-amnesty for young illegals imposed by former President Barack Obama in 2012.

By allowing Sessions to announce the decision instead of President Donald Trump, the administration is portraying the decision as a legal matter, not a political issue.

The so-called “DACA” amnesty is being closed down because it is legally indefensible, and because Trump campaigned on the promise to close down the amnesty.

Since 2012, Obama’s amnesty has provided work permits and legal documents to 800,000  younger illegals aged 15 to 36, allowing them to compete for jobs against Americans. The 800,000 illegals are part of a larger population of roughly 11 million illegal immigrants, of whom about 8 million hold jobs.

The 800,000 illegals are part of a larger population of roughly 11 million illegal immigrants, of whom about 8 million hold jobs, effectively reducing average wages for American employees.”

This enraged Obama.

He threatened to publicly criticize Trump over the decision.

Politico reported:

“Former President Barack Obama plans to speak out if President Donald Trump declares his intention to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, according to a person close to Obama.

Trump is expected to announce on Tuesday that in six months, he will terminate the Obama-era DACA initiative, which grants two-year work permits to undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. as children and stayed out of trouble. POLITICO first reported the news.

Obama used executive actions to launch the program in June 2012, providing assurances before his re-election that he would protect the so-called “Dreamers.” Trump had suggested in the past that he didn’t want to deport Dreamers, saying in April that they should “rest easy,” but the immigration hawks in his administration have argued that DACA is an illegal program.

Obama’s current plan is to post a statement on Facebook and link to it on Twitter, where the former president has more than 94 million followers. In his final presidential press availability, he suggested that he would speak out if Trump went after the Dreamers — and that it was one of the few issues where he would feel morally compelled to do so. He said he would not remain silent in the face of “efforts to round up kids who have grown up here and for all practical purposes are American kids, and send them someplace else, when they love this country.”

It’s unheard of for a former President to criticize his successor in such a way.

George W. Bush famously remained silent for all eight years of Obama’s administration.

But in a time of heightened polarization – and when liberals are storming America’s streets and beating Trump supporters – Obama’s announcement will only enflame tensions and could lead to more violence.