On Friday, former president Barack Obama gave a fiery speech about the state of the union. Although he didn't mention Donald Trump or his administration by name, it's not hard to guess who he's aiming at.

"We're supposed to stand up to discrimination," he said in the hour-long speech. "And we're sure as heck supposed to stand up clearly and unequivocally to Nazi sympathizers. How hard can that be, saying that Nazis are bad?"

It's tradition for the former president to stay out of politics for awhile to let the current president lead, but it seems the Trump administration's antics drew Obama out of silence. Now, Mike Pence is sharing his disapproval for Obama's move.

"It was very disappointing to see President Obama break with the tradition of former presidents, and become so political and roll out the same tired argument that he and liberals have made over the last eight years," said Pence in an interview with Fox News. "The truth is, the American people in 2016 rejected the policy and direction of Barack Obama when they elected President Donald Trump."

Well, Pence is going to be a lot more disappointed in the future. The Hill reports Obama will he heading across the nation with the Democrats stating this weekend to mobilize voters in major electoral college spots including supporting seven House candidates in California and Ohio governor nominee Richard Cordray.