Democrats’ complaints against President Barack Obama continue to mount. Senate Democrats want him to get more involved in the legislative process next year, when the balance of power shifts toward Republicans, The Hill reports
The president and his fellow Democrats already have suffered from Obama’s inability to sell his legislative agenda to the public.
“It’s about leading early on in the battles to be had in the days ahead, and it’s about getting out there,” says Sen. Robert Menendez of New Jersey, who guided political strategy for Senate Democrats in this session of Congress as chairman of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.
“He’s a great communicator, but you have to be able to communicate when you’re ahead of the curve, and not behind the curve. I think you’ll see a lot more of that,” Menendez says of Obama.
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