Even reading from his trusty teleprompter, President Barack Obama made a huge error in his Sunday night address to the nation on terror.
The White House had to send a “corrected” transcript. Actually, it doesn’t correct the record to indicate what the Teleprompter in Chief actually said. It corrects the record to indicate what he should have said.
He indicated that Tashfeen Malik, the wife of her co-terrorist Syed Rizwan Farook, came to this country under a visa waiver. Actually she arrived under a K-1 fiancee visa. As a Pakistani citizen, she wasn’t eligible for a 90-day visa waiver.
Time political reporter Zeke Miller tweeted:
The White House corrects Obama’s statement on Visa Waiver Program pic.twitter.com/vvsCzvnE0A
— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) December 7, 2015
Let the snark begin.
— Jo Lissa (@JoLissa13) December 7, 2015
@ZekeJMiller The man who cannot get a nationwide statement right, is supposed to defeat ISIS? Incredible incompetence.
— Jack Gertz (@GertzJack) December 7, 2015
And finally Politico’s Jack Shafer rated the president’s speech like this:
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