Fox News gives President Barack Obama a thumbs down for his performance in the first 100 days in office.
Fox compiled a news package that attempts to point out controversial statements surounding Barack’s presidency.
Featuring a variety of clips including former Obama Republican presidential opponent John McCain saying “You voted for change, but you’re not getting any change today.” The footage also shows Vice President Joe Biden saying “If we do everything right, there’s still a 30 percent chance that we’re going to get it wrong.” Other notable statements include “President Obama, are you listening,” “America’s best days are behind her,” “I want him to fail” and “There have been times where America has shown ignorance” from a random selection of politicians and Obama. The depiction offers viewers a propaganda-like projection and fails to provide a full-circle re-cap of the president’s first 100 days in office. (Fox News)
CNN recently announced plans to air “The CNN National Report Card: First 100 Days” which encouraged fans to tune in and log-on to the company’s website to be heard.
Led by anchors Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper, John King and Soledad O’Brien, the show will gauge the public’s opinion on how President Obama and other elected officials have handled their first 100 days in office, as well as how the country is progressing on significant issues. “CNN is giving you a chance to grade the president, Congress and your state leaders,” said Cooper. “You’ll get a chance to grade on everything from the economy to America’s standing in the world.” (CNN)
The Lox‘s Jadakiss recently spoke with SOHH about the prez’s impact on urban culture.
“A lot of people got out to vote for the first time like myself and now that we got him in there we got to support him because he still got a whole lot of junk to fix up in a short amount of time,” Jadakiss explained. “We got to get behind him, support him, give him some time to fix it, get him in there for another term and then hopefully we can get some good results out of this whole thing.” (SOHH)
Barack made history last November becoming the first African American elected to the presidency.
“Hello Chicago,” he told his hometown upon winning the election November 4. “If there is anyone out there who still doubts America is a place where all things are possible — tonight is your answer. It’s been a long time coming, but tonight because of what we did on this day, at this election, at this defining moment, that change has come to America.” (ABC News)
Check out the montage of Obama’s 100 days below: