At this point, it's totally disingenuous to suggest that Obama should have done something in 2016 or that "The 1980s are calling..." somehow absolve Trump of responsibility at this point.
One of the following scenarios must be true:
1. You believe that Russia has been a threat all along; Obama misread that threat in the 2012 debate (or perhaps Russia became a threat since then) and should have done more in 2016. Sure, throw President Obama under the bus. But what are you expecting of your commander-in-chief RIGHT ------ NOW to do about it? If your answer is "Obama's fault" in 2020, then you are a partisan hack not worthy of attention.
2. You disbelieve the Russian threat. Then your attention should be paid on the intelligence community that is practically screaming that Russia is a threat to the integrity of our elections. What are you doing to prove wrong the sober, studied assessments conducted by our intelligence community and Robert Mueller that Russia is indeed a threat at this point in time, now, 2019, when President Trump is president, and further in 2020 when we are conducting a major election?
So far I just see a bunch of righties b*tching about Obama-this and Obama-that, which frankly does NOTHING to either address the problem NOW or to disregard the problem NOW.
So, which is it? Do you think Obama should have done more? Then hold Trump's feet to the fire to do more. Do you think it's a non-issue? Then convince the rest of us.