David Bossie’s responses to questions from the Fox News Insider:
Tonight at 9p/ 12a ET, Sean Hannity sits down with a panel of contributors and experts to discuss the real Barack Obama and what his own autobiography reveals about his controversial political decisions.
The Insider caught up with a few of Hannity’s guests in the green room to find out what they think the average American really knows about President Obama and what they think we should know. Check out what they had to say, and tune in to Hannity tonight at 9p/12a ET for more.
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How informed do you think the average American is about President Obama’s past?
David Bossie, president of Citizens United: “I think most Americans believe that they know about Barack Obama, but when they are informed of the facts, they really begin to understand, especially Democrats and Independents who were sold a bill of good that were not understood.”
What do you think is the most important takeaway from President Obama’s book?
David Bossie, president of Citizens United: “To be honest, I would urge people not to read his book; I would urge people to read other books about him by independent authors, no matter who it is.”
Why do you think it’s important right now for Americans to take a closer look at the revelations in the book?
David Bossie, president of Citizens United: “It does matter, but it should’ve mattered before he was in office. I find it very concerning that it really wasn’t a true vetting process from voters and especially from the media. It’s been four years already and this is what we’ve been up against.”
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