Former President Barack Obama used a disgusting term on Monday when discussing officials who do not cower to his demands.

While speaking at the Obama Foundation in Chicago, the former president complained about the difficulty of trying work with community organizers in smaller areas to get projects done.

“You start think, ya know what, this alderman is a knucklehead,” Obama began, insulting fictitious characters in his hypothetical scenario.

“So, then you go to the state legislature, and you look around,” Obama said, oddly chuckling. “These ‘jamokes’… not all of them, but I’m just saying you start to get a sense of ‘this is what it was like dealing with the alderman.'”

According to Urban Dictionary, appearing at the end of the 19th century as a blend of java +‎ mocha, by the 1920s it became slang for someone who lacked mental abilities beyond that of a cup of coffee, probably influenced by moke.

In the 1960s, it also began to be used as slang for male genitalia.

Obama was not only complaining about local community leaders not cowering to him, he used a slang term that has salacious meanings.

By Obama’s logic, those who don’t cower to him are either comparable to man’s genitalia or their mental capacity is similar to a cup of coffee.

He went on to even criticize world leaders in the same condescending fashion, claiming it’s the “same people” sitting in G-20 meetings.

In that same speech, Obama suggested that President Donald Trump is a confused, angry racist who has “mommy issues.”

The former president didn’t mince words about how he feels about the current state of politics.

Obama, arguably one of the most divisive political figures in recent years, didn’t mention Trump by name, but said the reason problems such as climate change haven’t been fixed is because of anger, racism, and “mommy issues.”

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“The reason we don’t do it is because we are still confused, blind, shrouded with hate, anger, racism, mommy issues,” Obama said, with the crowd laughing at his comment that was more than likely aimed at Trump.

In another not so subtle jab at the current president, Obama suggested the U.S. was in a much better place before Trump was sworn into office less than two years ago.

Obama was talking about his belief that people would overwhelming choose to live in the United States over other countries in the world.

“You’d choose now – or maybe two years ago,” Obama snidely said, with the crowd snickering as he continued to take shots at Trump.

Since leaving office, Obama has made it a point to continuously go after Trump and make everything about how great he continues to believe he is.