Click here to view this media House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) says that President Barack Obama is "diminishing the presidency" by fighting for low student loan rates, a fairer tax structure and regulations on oil speculators.
"The president and I have a very good relationship," Boehner told CNN's Candy Crowley on Sunday. "And as a result, I try to avoid personal attacks on the president.
House Speaker John Boehner accused President Barack Obama of being divisive and ?picking fights? in Washington on a range of recent issues, from the interest rates on student loans to taxes and gasoline prices. Read Post
Speaker of the House John Boehner called President Barack Obama's jobs bill a "poor substitute" for House Republicans' proposals. In a speech to The Economic Club of Washington, titled "Liberating America’s Economy," Boehner slammed... Read Post