|"The important thing is, am I getting the policies right? Am I protecting the American people? |
Am I doing what’s necessary?”
Obama had this to say yesterday in a taped interview with NBC's Chuck Toad:
“You know, I actually feel energized about the opportunities that we’ve got. There are days where I’m not getting enough sleep, because we’ve got a lot on our plate."He then dons his cape as the Leader of the Free World:
"You know, when you’re, when you’re president of the United States, you’re not just dealing with the United States but also leading the international response to crises around the world, as in responding to conflicts in Ukraine and the Middle East, as well as the outbreak of Ebola in Africa. You know, our inbox gets pretty high."
"I was reminded once again that not only is America the only indispensable nation, but we perhaps have never been more indispensable. And our leadership is making a difference. And that gives you a lot of satisfaction. That keeps you getting up, even if you haven’t gotten as much sleep as you want.”And after finishing the interview, the president quickly headed to Fort Belvoir, Virginia, for an afternoon of golf.