President Barack Obama Says He Would Have Beaten Now President-Elect Trump
By Space Coast Daily // December 27, 2016
'Clinton's campaign acted too cautiously'
David Axelrod interviews President Barack Obama for “The Axe Files”
AXELROD (voiceover): I first met Barack Obama when he returned to Chicago from law school in the early ’90s to run a voter registration drive. And while I didn’t realize at that moment where history would take him, I was taken by him, as someone who really cared about public service, was committed to devoting his life to it, and together, we had an incredible journey.
Now, as the new year approaches, the days are ticking down on the Obama administration, and so I went by the White House to sit down with my old friend and reflect on the road he’s traveled.
AXELROD: So Mr. President, I actually came over to help you pack.
But I really appreciate you dropping by. This is a great surprise to be able to sit down with you. You know, I was over at the Kennedy Center the other night…
AXELROD: … for the Kennedy Center Awards, and when you walked in, there was this thunderous and lengthy ovation and lots of tears. And you know me, so you know that I was among those who were — who was tearing up. But then I was thinking, what are you thinking? And has — is it beginning to hit you that this is coming to an end?
OBAMA: Well, let me make a couple points. Number one, you’re the last guy I would have help me pack…
… because lets face it, orderliness is not…
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