Really? you consider the person that took the risk of the backlash if the assassination of Bin Laden went wrong to be weak? It takes greater moral strength and courage to want to build consensus and to respect the norms and trust people would put country before party. A test that both McConnell and Trump fail.
I believe Obama is the stronger and better person for wanting the country to be better. There is nothing more I can add because our ethical compass is not in alignment.
btw when the entire Intelligence community and all the EU nations are in agreement and there’s conclusive evidence that the Russians interfered in multiple elections and are even now undertaking cyberattacks on much of the western world, I fail to understand your need to reflexively defend Russia at all times. As someone of intelligence I am sure you understand how cases are prosecuted and you don’t go to trial until all the related parties are indicted and the investigation is complete in order to not pollute ongoing investigations. So it shows a very shallow (or reflexive defense) to use the argument you are making about the Mueller indictments against the Russian troll farms (which have been very well documented even more recently with the Facebook email leaks)