Obama continually finds himself embroiled in scandals, and his defense of choice is usually, “Nobody told me.” It gets old.
For Obama, it seems the buck doesn’t stop at the Oval Office
In the Obama White House these days, the buck stops somewhere — anywhere — below the president.
White House aides insisted Wednesday that President Obama wasn’t told about major problems with the Obamacare website before its failed launch, adding to the growing list of blunders in which his advisers allegedly have kept him in the dark.
As the president summoned a dozen top health insurance executives to the White House for a meeting on salvaging his signature initiative, administration officials said nobody in Mr. Obama’s inner circle had any inkling of how bad the federal website for HealthCare.gov would be until it went live Oct. 1.