A couple days ago in Bangladesh, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said that if the media would stop covering terrorism so much, “people wouldn’t know what’s going on.”

Today, Kerry set his sights on governing, and here’s what he thinks has made it more difficult:

He’s got to be kidding:

It’s getting harder and harder for the federal government to get consensus on policy issues because there are too many TV stations and other media outlets, according to Secretary of State John Kerry.

“[G]overning is harder,” Kerry told an audience at the India Institute of Technology in Delhi on Wednesday.

“It is harder today to build consensus around an issue than it used to be,” Kerry explained. “When I was growing up in America … we also had only three major, four major television stations in the United States.”

Nothing is surprising anymore.