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Columnist Charlie Hurt said former President Barack Obama acted "obnoxiously" when he criticized President Trump's Twitter usage.

In an interview with the United Kingdom's Prince Harry, Obama said it's more difficult to be "as cruel in-person" as one can be on the internet.

Obama also told the royal that people can live in "entirely different realities" when they are online.

Hurt said many people saw the comments as criticisms of Trump.

He said Obama's comments are "akin to attacking [President Franklin Roosevelt] for using the new-fangled radio for doing his fireside chats."

"[Twitter is] a way of communicating with people," Hurt said, adding that it is also helpful in "getting around a media that viciously despises him."

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