GOP Mocks Obama Anger

Tuesday, 20 May 2014 08:17 AM

By Elliot Jager

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President Barack Obama habitually characterizes himself as being "mad" or "angry" to deflate criticism of his administration, Republican National Committee press secretary Kirsten Kukowski said, according to The Weekly Standard.

The RNC has issued a video showing Obama, or a member of his staff, telling journalists just how mad the president is.

Kukowski wrote that, "Not only does Obama learn about scandals in the news, he's also been 'mad as hell' before – IRS, Obamacare, GSA wasteful spending, Fast and Furious, Secret Service…"



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