Donald Trump and Barak Obama, old opponents, met each other for the first time after two days of the presidential election. To Trump it was the begging of a new period and for Obama it was an overwhelming end to a difficult presidency. Inside the oval office that day it appears social, but the dissimilarities between the two men and the divisions between their supporters were severe. Years of political battle in Washington had taken their charge on Obama, on the Republicans, and on the country.
FrontLine presents Divided States of America, a two part series on the unpredictable political situation in America, and on the political differences between Donald Trump and his exact opposite Barak Obama.