In the wake of news reporting that Al-Qaeda leader Anwar al-Awlaki was killed in Yemen last Friday, New York Times’ Jackie Calmes looks at President Obama’s approach to terrorism and foreign policy. His successes haven’t been reflected in his approval approval ratings, however, and The WG’s David Winston explains why:
“While people view what’s occurred as positive, it’s not enough to offset the concern about how he’s handling the No. 1 issue — jobs and the economy. And that’s what he’s being judged on,” said David Winston, a Republican pollster.
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