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February 26, 2014 4:50 PM
Obama complains that his policies are 'contested'
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The Daily Caller:

President Barack Obama told his most loyal supporters Tuesday night that he relies on them to break through widespread media criticism of his policies.

“Information is so contested, and people are separated from how they get news, that oftentimes to break through, what’s necessary is the validation of a neighbor or a friend, or a coworker, or a family member,” he told roughly 60 leaders  of his on-the-ground group, Organizing for Action.

“It doesn’t work if we don’t have folks on the ground who are speaking out on behalf of these issues and these values… [but OFA members can] reach people where they live — at the kitchen table and at the water cooler at work,” he told his followers, during a 7:20 p.m. dinner speech at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Washington D.C.

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