"Everything takes this man by surprise. What is he doing in the White House?"

 
"Everything takes this man by surprise. What is he doing in the White House?"
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The mother of the first Navy SEAL killed in the Iraq War was on “America’s News Headquarters” today to discuss the chaos in Iraq.

Debbie Lee described the situation as tragic. She said she has been to Iraq twice – in 2007 and again in 2010 – and she saw firsthand the difference our troops made.

Lee blasted President Barack Obama, saying that he seems to be surprised by everything, from the situation in Iraq to the IRS and VA scandals to the Benghazi attack.

“Everything takes this man by surprise,” she said. “What is he doing in the White House? Why now does he have to sit down and study what’s going on? This should have been done a long time ago.”

Lee said there is a lack of leadership coming from the White House, calling it “disgusting.”

“It has been so offensive and hurtful to me to watch the things that [Obama] has done and lack of support for our troops,” she said.



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