Former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett’s interview with CNN’s Alisyn Camerota has already provided us with a gem of a claim about who should get credit for the improving economy. While she was on the subject of Obama, Jarrett decided it was a good time to serve up a reminder of the former president’s humility:
— Grabien (@GrabienMedia) May 4, 2018
The president that I had the pleasure of serving, President Obama, there was just nothing more important to him than his credibility, his honesty, his directness and his transparency with you in the press and of course the American people and his own team. He spent a lot of time and energy and focus on you and not on himself and thinking about what could we do to make our country strong, vibrant, grow our economy, make sure everybody gets a fair shot.
As far as honesty and not focusing on himself goes, Obama’s “if you like your plan you can keep it” promise and his notorious selfie-stick are currently unavailable for comment.
OMG LOL. Remember the 1st Rule of Obama: Everything Is About Obama
— Gold N. Rules (@jamesbranch3) May 4, 2018
ima just leave these here… pic.twitter.com/3WOZS6ZobP
— NewEnglandDevil (@NewEnglandDevil) May 4, 2018
— Carson Young (@CarsonArcher1) May 4, 2018
Dear Valerie: pic.twitter.com/A38lbtA9XF
— Dodd (@Amuk3) May 4, 2018
Bless her heart!