Surprise: Obama Chief Of Staff Takes Blame For Paris Absence

Previously, we learned that no one told Obama, who holds the position of President Of The United States, the most powerful position in the world, that the Paris march was going to be so big. Politico’s money line was

White House aides were so caught off guard by the march’s massive size and attention that they hadn’t even asked President Barack Obama if he wanted to go.

Someone had to throw themselves on the proverbial sword, ya know

(The Hill) White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough said Tuesday it was his fault the White House didn’t send the president or another senior member of the administration to a unity rally in Paris earlier this month following the terror attack on a satirical newspaper.

“We’ve said we regret we didn’t send someone more senior than our ambassador,” McDonough said in an interview with NBC’s “The Today Show. “That rests on me, that’s my job.”

Uh huh.

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3 Responses to “Surprise: Obama Chief Of Staff Takes Blame For Paris Absence”

  1. John says:

    Teach which of your fav white American politicians attended ?

  2. gitarcarver says:

    Teach which of your fav white American politicians attended ?

    Here we go. john once again is playing the race card.

    One thing that you should know john is that politicians cannot go abroad to represent the US without the approval of the President and the State Department.

    When you consider that and your repeated attempts to cover up this President’s failures by claiming everything said against him is “racist” shows not only your ignorance, but your desperation.

  3. Casey says:

    Little johnny is peeved that Lurch took James Taylor to Paris and not James Brown.

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