On Monday morning, former POTUS Barack Obama told a crowd at the University of Chicago that a major component of his Presidency was a failure.
Obama said that for “three” years he did his best to reverse economic conditions in the Chicago communities he once represented as a United States senator from Illinois.
However, he then admitted, he fell short of the goal.
“I am the first to acknowledge that I did not set the world on fire, nor did I transform these communities in any significant way,” Obama confessed.
Of course, the silky-tongued former Commander-in-Chief then turned it around with a typical dose of Democrat pabulum.
“This community taught me that ordinary people, when working together, can do extraordinary things,” he said.