As Twitchy reported this morning, President Obama in an interview with ESPN Radio’s Colin Cowherd revealed that he spends most of his morning watching ESPN, because he gets enough politics the rest of the day. That wasn’t the president’s only interview of the day, though; he also spoke with a radio station in Raleigh, N.C., and taped an interview with Ryan Seacrest to air Monday.
CBS News’ Mark Knoller managed to glean an interesting nugget from the president’s second interview.
Don’t we remember hearing Obama say somewhere that the typical family would save $2,500 in premiums each year? (Note especially candidate Obama’s slip-up at 2:15 where he promises that “all families” will save up to $2,500.)
So now expectations have been lowered to 7 out of 10 saving an unspecified amount of money.