In an interview airing on CBS this afternoon in pre-Super Bowl coverage, President Obama makes the case that his family is no different from the average American household.
— CBS This Morning (@CBSThisMorning) February 7, 2016
Between the driving range and this interview, it’s been a action-packed day for the president.
— Kelly O'Donnell (@KellyO) February 7, 2016
POTUS says there are WiFi dead spots at the White House. “The girls are frustrated sometimes,” Michelle says
— Igor Bobic (@igorbobic) February 7, 2016
We’re sure Obama will pursue fixing the WiFi problem in the White House a lot more vigorously than he has pursued ISIS, Iran, North Korea and many other of adversaries of the United States.
This CBS interview is a Barack Obama love fest.
— toddstarnes (@toddstarnes) February 7, 2016
Meanwhile, viewers decided it was time to take a break from CBS’ pregame coverage during the interview.
Hi @CBS you interview with Obama made me change the channel. Don't care about the presidents Super Bowl predictions/thoughts.
— BeerViewBBQLegend (@TubingTyler) February 7, 2016
Let me know when this Obama BS interview is over. #ChangeChannels
— CaptainTouchback (@CaptTouchback) February 7, 2016
I think I speak for everyone when I say I couldn't care less about this Obama Super Bowl interview
— Jamal McFlurry (@Brindley7) February 7, 2016
— scott good (@SkidWillie) February 7, 2016
But there is a bright side to it:
Good news: This is the last Super Bowl we have to endure a live interview with President Obama #winning!
— J.O. (@GINGER_CONSULT) February 7, 2016