In an aggressive interview with a local Colorado reporter, a somber — almost defeated looking — Obama was faced with something he’s not accustomed to: questions from a real reporter rather than a main stream media sycophant.
This reporter, Kyle Clark, got straight to the point with questions about Obama’s massive Libyan failure. First he asked, “Were the Americans under attack at the consulate in Benghazi, Libya denied requests for help during that attack…?” After Obama avoided that question in his answer, Clark asked again, “Were they denied requests for help during the attack?” Again, Obama danced around the question, not answering it.
Kyle then asked the President about his funding of “green” companies that subsequently went bankrupt in Colorado, including a company connected to an Obama fundraiser. He also grilled the President on his bullshi**er comment and asked how that leads to the more cooperative dialog that Obama has talked so frequently about: