President Obama is hiding from the White House press corps. Since late June 2012, Obama has done two interviews, one with a sports talk radio station where he answered six questions which were all non-policy related and the other with Entertainment Tonight. Entertainment Tonight host Chris Jacobs bragged about co-host Nancy O'Dell receiving "unprecedented access" to the president, even riding in the presidential motorcade and getting a "closer look than any other show."
The ET piece shows a surprise stop at a bar by President Obama, which Jacobs is heard on air describing as, "Nancy is just steps away from the president, clearly in his element."
O'Dell is seen hugging and laughing with First Lady Michelle Obama and pitching softball questions to President Obama about Mitt Romney's "attacks." She asked Obama if it was possible to move forward witout mudslinging and dirty politics and he responded by saying, "There's not a lot of mudslinging going on." Obama must have forgotten about the Super PAC ad released by his former White House Deputy Press Secretary Bill Burton essentially accusing Mitt Romney of killing a man's wife.
To O'Dell's credit, she also asked about Vice President Joe Biden's "they're [Romney/Ryan] are going to put ya'll back in chains comment," to which Obama said, "His phrasing is a distraction from what's at stake."
|Katie Pavlich is the Editor at Townhall.com. Follow her on Twitter @katiepavlich. She is a New York Times Best Selling author. Her new book Assault and Flattery: The Truth About the Left and Their War on Women, will be published on July 8, 2014.|
“Mamas, don’t let your babies grow up to be brainwashed government dependents. Buy this book!" says Michelle Malkin.
"This is a thorough and gutsy book that should help set history straight." - Mark Levin
Buy Katie's book today and help us keep the pressure on the Left.
Author Photo credit: Jensen Sutta Photography
Former Speaker Dennis Hastert Indicted For Lying To The FBI, Evading Currency Transaction Reports | Matt Vespa
Fifteen Dollars an Hour for Thee, but Not for Me: California Unions Request Exemption from New Wage Law | Christine Rousselle