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Obama Scolds Media

April 28, 2011 by USA Post 

Obama Scolds MediaObama Scolds Media, President Obama, “we must take seriously” version, spoke immediately after Donald Trump. Saying that “we have great things to do,” said the president was born in Hawaii. He indirectly called Trump a fair talker.

 He said that we would not solve our problems if sideshows distracted us. He chided the press and the public to inquire about his birth certificate, spoke about the debt (never take responsibility for it) and scolded a little more. And then he left, not having a single question from the press.

Trump, however, had perhaps a dozen questions and follow-up, most of them hostile, and answered them all. Obama cannot have intended to look like it was delivered, but that’s exactly how it looked today. It seemed he was giving to the pressure against his will, and could not be bothered to explain their actions prior to today, or actions that have made headlines today. WH spokesman Jay Carney is an informational meeting at noon. There will be fireworks.

This is not the real Obama’s speech today, but almost. So … Aaron Sorkin was writing his comments today? Michael Douglas, no doubt the president’s role better than the current president does.

In comments, Dan brings up a good point. Obama spent the press conference to scold the press that there are things more important than talking. Good point. There. For example, while the regions of the country suffer disasters, Obama goes to fundraisers high pitched 19 months before the election. While gas prices are strangling low-income Americans and bleeding of the economy, President Obama is going to play golf or not to change the subject. While the war is a war in Libya Juice American prestige and fractures of NATO, this president does not show any leadership. Let’s talk about it.

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