Candy Crowley of CNN went after David Plouffe on Obama’s controversial immigration executive order last week. She refused to accept his ridiculous answer that this was not a political move in any way shape or form. Check out the interaction and Glenn’s response to the surprising journalism appearance on CNN.
The Blaze explains:
Top White House adviser David Plouffe took to the Sunday shows today, defending Obama’s record and his re-election strategy.
On CNN with Candy Crowley, he encountered what was, for many, an unexpectedly no-nonsense interview. Though certainly not acrimonious, Plouffe was visibly frustrated by the end of it.
Crowley began: “Is the fact that the president is saying virtually the same thing that he said four years ago when he was campaigning, a recognition that he has not been able to achieve his goals?”
As Plouffe responded, she interrupted: “Is that the, is that your economic message? ‘We have more work to do’?”
Crowley then let Plouffe finish his points, before saying, “So, those are goals that he’s setting out, but it’s not a plan. What does the next four years look like? What’s the big idea that people are going to vote on in November?”
She added that they’ve had “four years to do that,” eyebrows raised, when Plouffe tried to respond.
"What makes this administration think they can accomplish these things in the next four years if they haven't accomplished them in this last four years? Anybody have an answer?" Glenn said after hearing the audio.
"Hats off to CNN, what do you say we give this 'honest question' thing a whirl?"