Today on Holden’s Obsession with the Gaggle

Gee, if Hitler was giving a speech before the League of Nations don’t you thinkFranklin Roosevelt would listen to it?

Q Did the President watch President Ahmadinejad’s speech last night?

MR. SNOW: No.

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Q Does the White House or the President have any reaction to the assertions that Ahmadinejad made regarding the U.S. having too much power in the U.N.?

MR. SNOW: No.

Speaking of FDR, I guess those first 100 days are what they are cracked up to be.

Q Are the reports true today that the White House has lost confidence in Mr. Maliki?

MR. SNOW: No, no, and no. And the President was — I think that will show up also in the Wolf Blitzer interview later. But, no, that’s absolutely false. You’ve had a Prime Minister who has been in office for barely 100 days, as a matter of fact, has been working with the generals on the ground. And what the President is doing — you’ll notice there was some fairly unclear citation of who was supposed to be a critic.

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And it’s also worth, again, reminding people who are trying to leap to conclusions, that the man has been in power for barely more than 100 days and, frankly, there has been significant progress and he continues to work with General Casey and with Ambassador Khalilzad so that we can reach that end state of a government that can sustain, govern, and defend itself.

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