DAVID AXELROD: Obama Misled On Gay Marriage For Political Reasons. “Axelrod writes that he knew Obama was in favor of same-sex marriages during the first presidential campaign, even Obama publicly said he only supported civil unions, not full marriages. Axelrod also admits to counseling Obama to conceal that position for political reasons.” It’s liars all […]
“Barack Obama misled Americans for his own political benefit when he claimed in the 2008 election to oppose same sex marriage for religious reasons, his former political strategist David Axelrod writes in a new book, Believer: My Forty Years in [...] The post Axelrod Says Obama Misled on Gay Marriage appeared first on Political Wire.
PROVOCATION IS HIS SUBSTITUTE FOR LEADERSHIP: David Axelrod: Obama knew Prayer Breakfast remarks would provoke. “I think he knew what he was saying and he knew it was provocative,” Axelrod said. “His point is we have a quarter of the world’s population Islamic and the vast majority of them have nothing to do with extremism […]
According to former Obama senior advisor David Axelrod's new book, President Barack Obama misled on his gay marriage position in the 2008 election, claiming to be against the change when he in fact fully favored it.
When David Axelrod published his memoir he hoped it would be seen as a respectable political memoir. Naturally, everyone just wants the bitchiest dish.
Bill O'Reilly had a pressing question for former White House adviser David Axelrod tonight: why would President Obama publicly associate with someone as divisive as Al Sharpton?
“I think she has to approach this campaign like a challenger, not like a front-runner — like an insurgent.” — David Axelrod, quoted by USA Today, saying Hillary Clinton can’t rely on the Clinton name to win the presidency. The post Quote of the Day appeared first on Political Wire.
In a very Axelrod-heavy interview, political strategist David Axelrod told CBS correspondent Jim Axelrod that he “didn’t groove” with former client John Edwards. David also told Jim in the interview, which aired earlier today on”CBSShow More Summary
US President Obama has been an Apple fanboy for a while now, according to the upcoming book Believer: My Forty Years in Politics from Obama’s political strategist David Axelrod. In 2007, Steve Jobs gave then-Senator Obama a private viewing of the iPhone before it was made publicly available. More »
Garrett Jackson, Mitt Romney's body man throughout the 2012 campaign, told Politico that he believes David Axelrod "concocted" a phone call recounted in his memoir. Jackson, 28, said, "When I read that, I was furious.... It didn't happen.... Show More Summary
He seemed so nice when he was lecturing us all. A former Mitt Romney aide is pushing back against the David Axelrod story of Mitt's 2012 concession call to the president. According to Axelrod: When Obama hung up, he told Axelrod andShow More Summary
President Obama has been an Apple fanboy for a while now, according to the upcoming book Believer: My Forty Years in Politics from Obama's political strategist David Axelrod. In 2007, Steve Jobs gave then-Senator Obama a private viewing of the iPhone before it was made publicly available. Read more...
David Axelrod speaks about Believer at Sixth & I Historic Synagogue on Wednesday, February 11th at 7 p.m. [ more › ]
President Barack Obama's chief campaign advisor David Axelrod has a new book "Believer" coming out, according to 9to5Mac, and it reveals that Obama got a sneak peek at the original iPhone. According to Axelrod, Steve Jobs met with Obama before he became president, showing him the soon-to-be-unveiled iPhone. Show More Summary
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.