President Obama at WHCD: Hitting at the Super PACS, Conservatives

President Obama at WHCD: Hitting at the Super PACS, Conservatives

President Obama is on a confident roll during his White House Correspondents' Dinner speech, hitting at conservatives and Super PACS that have targeted him since the last election cycle.

"That's Oprah money. You can buy an island and call it Nobama with that kind of money," joked President Obama when talking about how Super PACs spent exorbitant sums on negative ads against him.

He also talked about the difficulty he had working with conservative Congressmen. He suggested he take on a charm offensive by going with Ted Cruz to Texas barbequeues and Michelle Bachmann to book burnings.

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