In his first interview since his victory in Iowa, Barack Obama told ABC Monday Morning that “I find the manner in which they’ve [Clinton campaign] been running their campaign sort of depressing lately.” Obama also criticized Clinton’s use of the word ‘false hopes’ which she used in the N.H. debates saying that the candidates do not need to give the American people ‘false hopes.’ Obama told ABC news

Sen. Clinton saying, ‘don’t feed the American people false hopes. Get a reality check.’ You know? I mean, you can picture JFK saying, ‘We can’t go to the moon. It’s a false hope. Let’s get a reality check.’ It’s not, sort of, I think what our tradition has been,” he said.


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