Has Barack Obama broken the Logan act?

The Logan Act enacted January 30, 1799) is a United States federal law that details the fine and/or imprisonment of unauthorized citizens who negotiate with foreign governments. It was intended to prevent the undermining of the government’s position. The Act was passed following George Logan’s unauthorized negotiations with France in 1798 and was signed into law by President John Adams on January 30, 1799. The Act was last amended in 1994, and violation of the Logan Act is a felony.

To date, only one person has ever been indicted for violating the Act’s provisions, how many Democrats can be added to the list in 2017?
Barack Obama has shown to be the only President in recent history that did not have the decency to step away and let his successor Preside. Obama has proven through multiple channels the absolute disdain for Trump and the loss of Hillary Clinton. They have shown collusion, obstruction and breaking the law are not beneath them.

In Jakarta, Indonesia the 44th president of the United States delivered a keynote address to the 4th Congress of Indonesian Diaspora on July 1. 2017 The chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Indonesian Diaspora Network Global (IDNG), Dino Patti Djalal, was quoted as saying that Obama’s address at the opening session of the Congress would be his first official speech in Asia after retiring as the US president.

The former US president had lived in Jakarta for four years, from 1967 to 1971, having accompanied his mother and stepfather to Indonesia.

While President Donald Trump made his foreign debut in Brussels, his predecessor Barack Obama shared a stage on the same day with a key European ally across the border in Germany. In Barack Obama’s new apparent apology tour he is meeting with key Liberal and Muslim world leaders following President Trump and undermining and degrading the America First policies that won Trump the Presidency.

Speaking at the democracy-themed event, he also appeared to offer thinly veiled criticism of Trump, then only a few hundred miles away in Belgium. “We can’t isolate ourselves. We can’t hide behind a wall,” he said, prompting cheers from the audience. Is he also undermining President Trump via back door deals?

Trump, meanwhile, plans to travel overseas for the first time as President for a summit of NATO leaders in Brussels, where the defense alliance is headquartered.