WIRE: Obama allies getting harder to find…

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BY JULIE PACE
AP WHITE HOUSE CORRESPONDENT

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is finding himself with few friends in Washington.

His former Pentagon chief is criticizing his foreign policy. Longtime political advisers are questioning his campaign strategy. And Democrats locked in tough midterm campaigns don’t want Obama anywhere near them between now and Election Day.

The disenchantment with Obama is in part a reflection of inevitable fatigue with a president entering his final years in office. But some Democrats say it is also a consequence of the president’s insular approach to governing and his preference for relying on a small cadre of White House advisers, leaving him with few loyal allies on Capitol Hill or elsewhere.

“This president is supremely independent,” said Paul Begala, a Democratic strategist and longtime adviser to President Bill Clinton. “In many ways that is a very good thing. He probably came to the presidency…

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One thought on “WIRE: Obama allies getting harder to find…

  1. Even though I am not a democrat, or a republican for that matter, I had hoped when he came into office in 2009, that he would at least provide good leadership even if we don’t always agree with what he does. But he has proven to have terrible leadership and does not rely on his advisors. Obamacare has proven to be a nightmare. Even worse, his notion of freedom is pretty far from that talked about in the Constitution. I don’t trust him or anything he says.

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