A memo released Friday by the Clinton Presidential Library shows that former Obama aide David Axelrod sent some advice to President Clinton in 1996 to help get him re-elected.
What happens when Republicans really don't have criticisms of what President Obama is doing but have a compulsion to criticize anyway? They start talking about 'red lines' and crossing them, and how the President is weak. Former Bush communications director Nicolle Wallace did exactly that with David Axelrod on MSNBC's Morning Joe on Thursday. Show More Summary
Former White House advisor and current MSNBC contributor David Axelrod appeared on Now with Alex Wagner on Thursday where he insisted that the Affordable Care Act will be a boon for Democratic incumbents running for reelection in November...
This is what your government overlords think of you: David Axelrod is comfortable publicly mocking "most Americans" as not knowing what "dystopian" means. To be fair, Obama is doing his best with his policies to teach Americans what "dystopia" means... Show More Summary
President Obama’s former White House adviser David Axelrod admitted that Tuesday’s Democratic loss in Florida’s 13th Congressional District is indicative of an Obamacare problem. Appearing on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, Obama’s former political...Show More Summary
Former senior Obama adviser-turned-MSNBC-contributor David Axelrod appeared on Morning Joe on Wednesday, and said that the network’s coverage presents a “balanced picture” of the Chris Christie situation: Let me make one point. You guys have said there has been some—Chuck (Todd) has said there’s been some cheerleading for Christie. I think if it nets out […]
David Axelrod says he's not the only one who wants Democrats to focus on 2014 rather than 2016. Hillary should too, he says.
As Joe Trippi, who was the architect of Dean’s antiestablishment insurgency, puts it: “She’s almost the perfect person who can […] The post Advice from David Axelrod that Hillary Could Heed appeared first on Taylor Marsh.
Former Senior White House advisor and MSNBC contributor David Axelrod took to his Twitter account on Thursday where he strongly advised Democratic donors to keep their wallets closed for Hillary Clinton for the time being. He said they should be focused on 2014 and the Democratic Senate majority which is “seriously at risk.”
Though the authors and supporters of the Common Core standards have repeatedly stated the standards are a “state-led” initiative, former Obama senior adviser David Axelrod was recorded speaking the truth at a University of Illinois at...Show More Summary
Members of the president’s own team have made it clear that the president does not like to be in a challenging environment and that he is generally bored. David Axelrod labeled the president “no-drama Obama” during the 2008 campaign, and Valerie Jarrett infamously said that Barack Obama has been “bored to death his whole life.” And now, […]
Chris Christie's press conference went about as well as it could go, according to former Obama White House and campaign adviser David Axelrod.Christie handled about as well as he could. Unless smoking gun turns up tying him to scheme,...Show More Summary
One more politician who doesn't seem to get it...
Recent comments from former Democratic Montana governor Brian Schweitzer sparked speculation that he may challenge Hillary Clinton in the 2016 primary, and have David Axelrod wondering if she's "vulnerable" to such a challenge.In anShow More Summary
Nicolle Wallace played the quintessential DC insider on today's Morning Joe, proclaiming herself a "groupie" of both conservative Senator Tom Coburn and liberal partisan David Axelrod, while also saying she was "inspired" by Paul Ryan's...Show More Summary
Assisting the Obama administration in its perpetual flight from responsibility for anything, former Obama campaign manager David Axelrod, who now campaigns from a paid propaganda perch at NBC and MSNBC, tweeted the following on Friday...Show More Summary
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David Axelrod doesn't think Republicans are guaranteed wins in 2014 by running against Obamacare."If Republicans think they can get on this Obamacare kick and win in 2014, I think they're mistaken," he said on Morning Joe on Wednesday morning. Show More Summary
Everybody expected plenty of tea-leaf reading about the future of the GOP on the Wednesday morning after Election Day, and MSNBC's Morning Joe did not disappoint, with Cokie Roberts comment that "it was not a good night for the tea party" setting off former RNC Chairman Michael Steele and former Barack Obama advisor David Axelrod.