Those media naysayers are troubling President Obama again.
The U.S. leader, who hasn’t had a prime-time news conference in six months, made clear his aggravation with the scribblers in remarks Thursday to a Democratic fundraiser at the National Museum of Women in the Arts.
As the tony crowd, who were asked to pay $30,400 per couple, dined on beet salad, beef and Brussels sprouts, the president laid out his case against the unruly nabobs of negativism.
They were the ones who declared his presidential campaign dead about a dozen times.
The ones who wrote him off after Hillary Clinton pulled out a surprise upset in New Hampshire a couple of years ago.
The ones who clucked about his naivete, said he was doing too much and thought Obama couldn’t bring change to Washington.