Our Republican Leader in the Senate, as he was coming in, after having tried to block every single thing that we have done to strengthen the economy, starts looking at the job numbers and says, you know, it’s getting better because we just got elected — and people are feeling more optimistic. Which — okay. I didn’t know that’s how the economy worked. But maybe? We’ll call some economists.
— President Barack Obama, making fun of Republican Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky at the Democratic National Committee meeting in the District of Columbia. McConnell hilariously tried to claim credit for the improving jobs picture back in January, just hours after becoming the Senate Majority Leader.