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WSJ Strassel: Obama 'Micromanaging' Boss, Throws Subordinates Under the Bus

On this weekends's broadcast of "Fox News Sunday," Wall Street Journal columnist Kimberley Strassel said President Barack Obama is a boss who,"micromanages from the top and when things go bad they say they didn't know and blame subordinates."

"Look at the way Hagel was ousted, the trash talking behind the scenes anonymously, blaming the Obama foreign policy failures on him," Strassel said. "And if you look back over the history of the Obama administration this is not an aberration. This is how this president rolls. They micromanage from the top and when things go bad they say they didn't know and blame subordinates. Look at what happened with Obamacare. look at what happened with veterans affairs When the president was asked how you were so slow to recognize the ISIS threat he blamed it on the director of his National Intelligence Agency. Why would anyone want to come in and serve as a doormat?"

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