miércoles, 6 de junio de 2012

La Casa Blanca no comenta

El responsable de la campaña de Obama en Wisconsin fue el encargado de hacer una interpretación favorable para el Presidente de los resultados de ayer.

The Boston Globe:

President Barack Obama's presidential campaign says the outcome of the Wisconsin recall election isn't what it had been hoping for.

(...) In a statement Tuesday night, the Wisconsin director of Obama's campaign, Tripp Wellde, pointed to a bright spot for Democrats: Exit polls show voters favoring Obama over Republican challenger Mitt Romney.

In spite of Walker's victory, Wellde says the recall election has sent a strong message to Walker about what Wellde calls "the politics of division."