Obama’s saying: “They talk about me like a dog” that caused stormy reactions

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At a yesterday’s speech at the Milwaukee festival, President Obama deviated from his prepared remarks, noting that his critics in Washington “talk about him like a dog” because of his work against special interests. Whether this is true or not, given how footage of this remark is searing the Internet today, it seems likely that Obama’s “dog” analogy will become a self-fulfilling prophecy.

Us President Barack Obama has announced a new infrastructure program, which initially plans to invest $50 billion in the construction and modernization of highways, Railways and airports. Barack Obama made such promises on a Labor Day, which in the United States is celebrated on the first Monday in September and traditionally marks the beginning of the election campaign for the midterm elections. And Obama started with the biggest and most important issue for voters — the economy.

The President understands that, whatever his achievements, the administration will be evaluated primarily on the results in the economic sphere. In particular, what is the current position regarding the figure of 8.5%, which means unemployment at the time of Obama’s entry into office.

“Some powerful interests that have dominated the agenda in Washington for a very long time are not always happy with what I do. They talk about me like a dog. This was not part of my prepared sayings, but it is true,” he said to the Union crowd.

The President, as it is known, did not deviate from prepared remarks and also used a more aggressive tone in his speech.