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(The Hill) — President Obama said that he gets “better as time goes on” at his job and that he believes the grassroots movement that propelled him to victory in 2008 will help him win a second term during an interview that aired Monday on NBC’s “Today Show.”
“What’s frustrated people is that I’ve not been able to implement every aspect of what I said in 2008. Well it turns out our founders designed a system that makes it more difficult to bring about change than I would like sometimes. But what we have been able to do is move in the right direction,” Obama said.
“And you know what? One of the things about being president is you get better as time goes on,” he added.
The president defended his record, arguing that he has been successful despite his confrontations with Congress.
“We’ve been able to get a lot done. not as fast as we want, sometimes it’s messy, the process is frustrating,” Obama said.