Obama: ‘We got beat’

by Susan Crabtree  |  published on November 10, 2014

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President Obama for the first time provided a concise analysis of Tuesday’s election results: “We got beat.”

Obama, in a taped interview with CBS’ “Face the Nation” that aired Sunday, also tried to demonstrate that he is taking the blame for the dramatic Democratic losses at the polls.

“The buck stops right here at my desk,” he said, borrowing a phrase from President Harry Truman. “And so whenever, as the head of the party, it doesn’t do well, I’ve got to take responsibility for it.”

The message Obama said he was taking away from the midterm loss of Democratic control of the Senate and historic GOP gains in the House is that “people want to see this city work.”

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