While President Obama faced criticism for campaigning in Las Vegas the day after four Americans were killed in an attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, he did acknowledge the crisis early in his remarks, referring to “the tough day we had today” amid cheers from supporters.
@markknoller The only people who had a tough day today are the dead ones.
— Keep Calm and Carry (@johnnyfriegas) September 13, 2012
Pres. Obama in Las Vegas…OMG What a bunch of absolutely sheep people. "I love you back??" "A tough day?" Loser.
— L Rogan (@Trippersue) September 13, 2012
Ppl cheering when Obama says we had a tough day today!! He had to quiet them down. #msnbc.fewer cheers when said words about 4 who died
— Hereistheanswer (@hereistheanswer) September 13, 2012
Watching Obama's campaign stop in Vegas. Says it was a tough day. Disgraceful. #ObamasToughDay
— T Bradley (@TBradleyNC) September 13, 2012
— ROCKWITHBECK (@ROCKWITHBECK) September 13, 2012
— Louis (@louis3288) September 13, 2012
Obama to screaming fans in Vegas "Well, we had a tough day (adoring screams) No really a tough day." 4 dead, rioting continues. #vegasbaby
— Dona Poelman (@DonaPoelman) September 13, 2012
“Tea Party guy” Chuck Woolery was looking for a little more passion from POTUS.
In Vegas, Pres very cool.We had a tough day. He can't muster up any anger. We we can. My blood is boiling about this. No passion from POTUS.
— Chuck Woolery (@chuckwoolery) September 13, 2012
On tap for next week: a tough Letterman appearance and a tough fundraiser at Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s 40/40 Club.
Did anyone notice that Obama said, in Vegas, "we" had a tough day. No, Obama. You had a plane flight. Our people in Libya had a tough day.
— Bill Hobbs (@billhobbs) September 13, 2012