Washington, Aug. 6 (ANI): Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has described President Barack Obama as being 'quite complacent and over his head', but did not fully articulate what she meant by the statement.
Speaking in an interview with Fox News, Palin said: "I think he's quite complacent, and I think he's in over his head, and he has poor advisers around him. And, I think he's really in flux when it comes to what his governing philosophy really is."
"Some of this, though, is a result of him not having much experience," Palin said, adding that this could be blamed on a "complicit media" and voters who did not demand that Obama be fully "vetted" during the presidential campaign.
Palin pointed to the immigration issue as an example of where Obama has dropped the ball.
She said: "It's a travesty with what is going on with the immigration issues in this country," she said. "He has a choice in defending we the people in this nation of laws, and you can see where he is headed." (ANI)