From the upcoming book Believer, US President Barack Obama’s Chief campaign advisor David Axelrod gives a small tidbit on a meeting Obama had before he became president. He called it: In 2007, Obama got a sneak peek at the iPhone during a private meeting with Apple’s Steve Jobs. “If it were legal, I would buy a boatload of […]
David Axelrod is claiming Romney ‘shocked and irritated’ the president by talking about Election Night turnout in racial code—but Garrett Jackson says his boss said no such thing.
Hillary Clinton's deepest flaws as a presidential candidate are resurrected in Obama strategist David Axelrod’s new memoir.
Mitt Romney‘s former personal aide, Garrett Jackson, is disputing claims made by former senior Obama adviser, David Axelrod, that the President was upset with Romney’s concession phone call following the 2012 election. In his new book,...Show More Summary
A new book from David Axelrod claims that Hillary Clinton offered former Sen. John Edwards the position of attorney general if he got out of the race and endorsed her in the 2008 Democratic primary, the New York Daily News [...] The post Clinton Offered Edwards Post In Return for Endorsement appeared first on Political Wire.
A former top aide to Mitt Romney disputed David Axelrod’s account of the candidates’ 2012 Election Night phone conversation.
A former personal aide to Mitt Romney is strongly disputing David Axelrod's recollection of Romney's 2012 concession call to President Obama on election night as a "lie."
President Barack Obama was shocked and irritated by Mitt Romney's concession call in the 2012 presidential election, according to a new book by presidential campaign strategist David Axelrod. Obama was "unsmiling during the call, and slightly irritated when it was over," Axelrod writes. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama once mulled whether to make Hillary Clinton a Supreme Court justice, according to his top former adviser. The Daily News reported Tuesday that former White House official David Axelrod said Obama considered offering Clinton the job after defeating her in the presidential primary six years ago. Show More Summary
Obama once said to David Axelrod (according to David Axelrod).Also... Obama was irked by Mitt Romney's 2012 concession phone call:The president hung up and said Romney admitted he was surprised at his own loss, Axelrod wrote."'You really...Show More Summary
In David Axelrod’s new book, Believer, the former Obama adviser says Mitt Romney told the president he won only because of the black vote. The president was not happy with the tone of the concession. President Obama was shocked and irritated by Mitt Romney’s concession callin the 2012 presidential election—and claimed Romney insinuated that Obama [...]
Mitt Romney's concession to Barack Obama reportedly did not go over to well with the president. David Axelrod, Obama's top campaign adviser, wrote in his new book that the 2012 Republican nominee solely attributed his loss to the black vote, according to an excerpt obtained by the New York Daily News. Show More Summary
New David Axelrod book describes president's irritation at GOP rival's 2012 concession call
Obama was shocked and irritated by Mitt Romney's concession call in the 2012 presidential election.
Coming soon: Believer: My Forty Years in Politics by David Axelrod
David Axelrod has long been one of the conservative media’s favorite whipping boys — a role that’s been reprised again and again throughout the public debate over police brutality in the aftermath of Eric Garner and Michael Brown’s deaths. Show More Summary
David Axelrod said on MSNBC today that Hillary Clinton's 2016 candidacy lacks a raison d'être, which runs the risk of hurting her the same way it did in 2008.
The Hill reports: “What happened in 2008 was that Hillary’s candidacy got out in front of any rationale for it, and the danger is that that’s happening again,” [David] Axelrod, who was a top adviser to Barack Obama’s come-from-behind win over Clinton in 2008, said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” “You hear Ready for Hillary; it’s […]
Unlike many in President Obama's circle, Axelrod isn't exactly embracing Clinton's expected White House bid
On Tuesday’s “Morning Joe” on MSNBC, former Obama adviser David Axelrod offered his thoughts on a potential 2016 Hillary Clinton presidential candidacy. For Axelrod, the entire “Ready for Hillary” movement lacks any substance behind it. Show More Summary