Obama: '2014 Can Be A Breakthrough Year'
In a press conference, President Obama touched on topics including the Affordable Care Act, the NSA, immigration reform and his low approval ratings.By Candice Aviles | December 20, 2013
It's been a tough year for President Obama, to say the least, and he wrapped it up with a press conference in which he fielded questions about the Affordable Care Act and the NSA, among other topics. All the while, he remained optimistic moving into the New Year.
"More Americans are finding work and experiencing the pride of a paycheck. Our businesses are positioned for new growth and new jobs, and I firmly believe that 2014 can be a breakthrough year for America." (Via Fox News)
But he followed that up by saying there's still plenty of work left to do. And the president wasn't shy about inaction in Congress both in the past and more recently. (Via NBC)