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Feds who send arms against ranch families betray American values
Topic - Daniel Pfeiffer
President Obama continues to fall in the polls, to a new low as measured by The Wall Street Journal/NBC News. Whether for his foreign or domestic performance, the public judges the president harshly. He has fallen so far, to 41 percent approval in this latest poll, that loyal Democrats are having unhappy thoughts.
A delay of the mandate that most individual Americans purchase health insurance or face a fine will not happen, White House senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer said Sunday.
Sen. Mitch McConnell assured conservative activists he won't disappoint them if they give him enough troops for the GOP to take control of the Senate in November's elections, as he sought to tamp down a growing rift between tea party activists and top Republican leaders on Capitol Hill.
A top aide to President Obama said Thursday the White House isn't entertaining the possibility of Republicans winning the Senate this year.
President Obama will use his State of the Union Address on Tuesday to outline "concrete, real, practical proposals" — even if Congress isn't on board with each of them.
President Barack Obama will work with Congress where he can and circumvent lawmakers where he must, his top advisers warned Sunday in previewing Tuesday's State of the Union speech.
President Obama was overheard bragging to administration aides about his ability to kill people with drones, a new book about the 2012 campaign season that's due for release on Tuesday claimed.
Twitter poster Elise Foley perhaps said it best: "Dan Pfeiffer, check your Twitter." That came shortly after the White House senior adviser posted a most unfortunate message, complete with the dreaded "n-word."
Senior White House adviser Dan Pfeiffer on Thursday compared Republican lawmakers to suicide bombers as the showdown over a possible government shutdown intensified.
President Obama will travel to the Midwest this week to talk about economic revival, literally bypassing bankrupt Detroit, where he so far has resisted pleas for a federal bailout.
The White House counsel’s office knew that a Treasury Department inspector general’s report about the IRS targeting conservative groups had been completed in April — weeks before the matter became public.
A besieged White House dug in its heels Sunday and defended figures at the center of the unfolding Internal Revenue Service scandal while reiterating that President Obama knew nothing of the misdeeds inside the agency.
The Obama administration said Sunday that it is searching for rank-and-file Republicans willing to work with the president on a budget deal who "don't think compromise is a dirty word."
The Obama administration took to the airwaves Sunday morning to call on Republicans to back the president's plan for gun control.
President Obama will give back 5 percent of his salary to the Treasury in a show of solidarity with federal workers facing furloughs due to "sequester" budget cuts, the White House said Wednesday.
"Maybe this will be the end of all selfies," said White House adviser Dan Pfeiffer a few days after the incident, during an appearance on CBS' "Face the Nation."
"Someone who uses the president's likeness to promote a product ... that's a problem with the White House," he added.