RNC Calls on the White House to Release All Communications Between Obama Administration and the President’s Jobs Council
WASHINGTON – Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus released the following statement calling on the White House to release all communications between the Obama Administration and the President’s Jobs Council:
“The White House should release all communications between the Obama Administration and the President’s Jobs Council,” said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus. “We know President Obama has been too busy fundraising and playing golf over the last six months to meet with the Council in person, but the American people deserve to know if anyone in the administration has even bothered to pick up the phone or send an email for the sake of jobs and the economy.
“The White House says the president had too much ‘on his plate’ to meet with his Jobs Council in six months. But somehow he had enough time for over 100 fundraisers and 10 rounds of golf. The president claims jobs are his ‘number one’ priority, yet his track record certainly suggests otherwise.
“The 23 million Americans struggling to find work today deserve better than a president who puts his job before theirs. Families who can barely pay the bills expect their president to fill his schedule with more than just fundraisers and campaign rallies. Sadly, President Obama continues to disappoint them.”