Found August 16, 2012 on
PLAYERS: Barack Obama

President Barack Obama made a statement to Entertainment Weekly’s Nancy O’Dell referencing “WWF wrestling.” The gaff, used to describe gaffes, is included in the comment below:

“We don’t spend a lot of time worrying about the chatter and the noise and this and that,” the president says. “I’m making conversations with [people on the campaign trail] and, as you’ve seen, the country isn’t as divided with gaffes or some stray remark as Washington is. Most folks know that’s just sort of a WWF wrestling part of politics. It doesn’t mean anything, just fills up a lot of airtime.”

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