Obama’s staunchest supporters are disillusioned with the healthcare law and the President himself
Former White House advisor says “people trust this president”
They’d be the first presidential family in nearly 100 years to stick around
Also meets with two agents wounded in LAX shooting
He spoke to Walters in an ABC News interview on the 50th anniversary of JFK’s assassination
POTUS “has swag” says FLOTUS
Acknowledges political costs of botched health care roll-out ahead of midterm elections
The first ever Bartlett’s compilation of black quotations goes on sale Nov. 19
One of the mottos of Organizing for Action, President Obama’s grassroots advocacy group, pretty much says it all: “Our work didn’t stop on election day.” And neither has Obama’s fundraising.
He has his army. If only the website would work.
President Barack Obama addressed a group of 200 health care activists Monday at an event sponsored by the grassroots group he founded after his 2012 campaign. His message: They …
“When I was living here Brooklyn was cool, but not this cool,” he said
The President on Monday tried to reassure Americans that his health-reform promises would still be fulfilled