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Thankfully, Obama Hasn’t Hosted ‘The Situation’ in the Situation Room

When you add up Hillary Clinton’s declaration that the Benghazi consulate security debacle is her responsibility, the fact that on most days the president only reads his daily intelligence briefings on his iPad instead of having an in-person briefing, and the de facto admission by David Axelrod that Obama did not meet with his security team before attending a campaign rally on September 12, a lot of folks are wondering if the president is more focused on celebrity fundraisers than on his duties in the realm of national security.

Of course, that’s an unfair criticism; it’s not like President Obama uses the White House Situation Room as a perk to entertain celebrity guests.

Okay, it’s not like President Obama often uses the White House Situation Room as a perk to entertain celebrity guests.

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