In case you missed it yesterday, President Obama held a press conference during the G20 Summit in Turkey. Naturally, he was asked repeatedly by different reporters about the ISIS attack in Paris over the weekend and was pressed on his failing strategy to degrade and destroy the terror army.
Lets just say those questions didn't sit well with Obama, who argued his strategy is the one that will "ultimately work." Even NBC noticed Obama's anger...toward Republicans and reporters.
“I was struck by how defensive he was, how much he's paying attention to his political critics," NBC's Chuck Todd observed. "I was surprised by his tone, I was surprised by the defensiveness. He didn't channel what I think a lot of Americans are feeling right now, a little bit of anger, a little bit of resolve and a little bit of resiliency.”
“I go back to the tone of this press conference. Extremely defensive and almost not yet realizing that many of the reporters in that room, they're channeling the public in this case," Todd continued.
ABC's Jon Karl also noticed the President's defensive tone.