President Barack Obama said that he thinks Democrats can maintain control of the Senate and defended his administration’s record during an interview...
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I waited last night for the confident Democratic President of the United States to appear on 60 Minutes but he never quite arrived. It appears to me that Obama is engaged in "strategic ambiguity."
The president once again illustrated three interrelated hallmarks of his presidency: his ability to endorse nearly every side of an issue, his inability to articulate any core principles that inform his decisions and his allergy to leadership.
President Obama has sat down for his first one-on-one interview since Democrats were clobbered in the midterm elections on Tuesday, reflecting on his ...
What a thrill to have as a President-elect a man who speaks in whole sentences, who has well-enunciated thoughts, a readily accessible grasp of history -- and a sense of humor to boot.
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