“I think what will happen with the President-elect is that there are going to be certain elements of his temperament that will not serve him well unless he recognises them and corrects them,” he added.Mr. Obama said he had concerns about Trump’s presidency even if at their meeting they had “a cordial conversation.” He urged the President-elect “to reach out to minority groups or women or others that were concerned about the tenor of the campaign”. The actual president also promised that he and his team will do all they can to help make the transition peaceful and smooth. About the hot subject regarding the situation of the immigrants in the U.S., Obama said that immigration was good for the American economy if it was orderly and lawful. He urged Mr Trump to think “long and hard” before he cracks down on young undocumented immigrants. Mr Obama said he would be reassuring America’s allies that Mr Trump supports NATO, despite comments made during the campaign.