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The former White House communications director also discussed the burdens Obama has faced as the first African-American president
"I don't think we would have walked, we probably would have driven because Secret Service heads would have exploded," Pfeiffer
Dan Pfeiffer, who left his position as senior adviser at the White House last week after having worked with Barack Obama
Many of the president's supporters are now wondering: Could all of it have come sooner? 00:40 -- The Case For Not Acting
In this edition of Drinking and Talking, HuffPost's Sam Stein and Jen Bendery sit down with White House Senior Advisor Dan Pfeiffer. They discuss the ups and downs of 2014, and what Obama hopes to accomplish in the next two years.
"For the life of me I can't figure out what these people are doing," said Jim Manley, a former top aide to Senate Majority
"I think that race is a complicated issue on its own, if it's a conversation happening at your dinner table," Pfeiffer said
King did little to play down the drama, telling host Brit Hume, "We've never seen anything in this country like a president
We have a humanitarian crisis at our border, and the White House is making matters worse with inattention and mixed signals
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