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Dem. Strategist: Obama Needs To Communicate More Strength

By    |   Thursday, 19 June 2014 05:12 PM EDT

If President Barack Obama wants to earn the support of the American people again he needs to start "communicating more strength and decisiveness" when it comes to foreign policy decisions, says Democratic strategist John Rowley. 

"It's challenging especially from a public relations standpoint where we have extreme violence and chaos happening, and a simple bold action is not taken," Rowley told Ed Berliner on "MidPoint" on Newsmax TV on Thursday.

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"President Obama's leadership style and his reaction to [Iraq] has [involved] a lot of analysis, a little cautious and in some instances that's helped him, — the Osama Bin Laden [situation], when they targeted him and in other instances," he explained.

But the President of the Fletcher Rowley media firm, which does work on Democratic advertising campaigns said that "if I was giving him advice as a Democratic advisor or any advisor" he would tell him to start by "communicating more strength and decisiveness."

These things are "important from a communications standpoint, a public relations standpoint, from a policy standpoint and for sending the message around the world."

"Where there's conflict and war and people are dying, we all would like to see a swift, simple solution," Rowley added.

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If President Barack Obama wants to earn the support of the American people again he needs to start "communicating more strength and decisiveness" when it comes to foreign policy decisions, says Democratic strategist John Rowley.
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