Surprise: PBS Town Hall Audience Hammers Obama on Regulations, Health Care, Veterans

Curtis Houck | June 2, 2016
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Wednesday night’s PBS NewsHour town hall in Elkhart, Indiana had it all with host Gwen Ifill attacking residents for not supporting President Barack Obama and the President praising PBS’s “civility,” but it also featured audience members surprisingly being allowed to blast the President on issues ranging from the economy to ObamaCare to regulations to veterans. 

Fifth-generation farmer Bill Kercher was first up and he didn’t waste his chance to question the President as he observed that “over the past six years, we have seen a dramatic increase in the number of regulations that touch all aspects of our business from the Food Safety Modernization Act from ObamaCare and many others.”

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