Obama answers questions about torture report; reminds us why he’s ‘King’

In a wide ranging interview with Fusion, President Obama was asked to comment on the report on CIA enhanced interrogation, released Tuesday by the Democrat-led Senate Intelligence Committee, and responded more like a king than a president.

Obama defended the release of the report, even though it may endanger the lives of some, and acknowledged that “we engaged in some brutal activity after 9/11.”

When asked if the U.S. government has tortured anyone during his tenure, Obama spoke like a member of royalty.

“I can categorically say that anybody who engaged in any behavior like this would be directly violating my executive orders and my policies,” he said.

Note that King Obama said: “MY executive order… MY policies.”


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