Repeat something and it becomes heard. Repeat something often and it becomes accepted fact. Repeat a lie and people believe it even if it defies logic. But if you’re a prominent person and you repeat something that has no factual basis, you truly are a disgusting individual.
Referencing Daily Caller's Neil Munro and his run-in with the President last Friday, Stephen Colbert termed the incident "POTUS Interruptus" and made fun of Obama's long pauses in his speeches. Colbert went on to say that you "never know when the President is going to end something" in reference to Guantanamo Bay.
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