He was constantly on his citizens’ television screens. He liked to make long speeches, especially about income inequality, the wealth gap between the rich and the poor. He was extremely critical of George W. Bush. He didn’t have much use for the other branches of government.
I guess the good news is that even though Hugo is gone, Barack, who is eminently qualified to fill in, is still here. Perhaps we could offer him to Venezuela in exchange for a barrel of oil.