Chuck Todd to Obama: Public Says ‘Your Presidency Is Over’


The U.S. controlled media can no longer spin President Obama's record. NBC News White House correspondent Chuck Todd gave his thoughts on the Morning Joe show regarding the blistering poll on Obama's performance.

"This poll is a disaster for the president," Todd said. "You look at the presidency here: lowest job rating, tied for the lowest; lowest on foreign policy. His administration is seen as less competent than the Bush administration, post-Katrina."

"Then on the issue of do you believe you can still lead, and a majority believe not," Todd continued. "Essentially the public is saying, 'Your presidency is over' by saying a number like that. 54% saying he no longer has the ability to lead and solve problems. That's one of those things, you're sitting at the White House going, 'Oh, Wow.'"

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Todd continued, "Foreign policy really has, I think, entrapped them."

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