California Democratic Representative Maxine Waters, a member of the Congressional Black Caucus, chatted with CBS’ “The Early Show” about President Obama’s speech to the CBC over the weekend.
Waters, who has been critical this year of President Obama’s response to the high unemployment within the black community, said she found it “curious” that Mr. Obama told black leaders to “stop complaining.”
“I don’t know who he was talking to because we’re certainly not complaining,” Waters said. “We’re working. We support him,” added Waters.
Watch the interview below:
Check out a snippet of President Obama’s speech Rep. Waters is talking about below:
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