President Obama expressed frustration with the 2014 mid-term election results during a recent interview with National Public Radio. The Daily Caller,
Asked if there was anything he planned to do differently in his approach to Congress in his final 2 years — now that Republicans control both the House and the Senate — the president didn’t directly answer.
“I think the circumstances will have changed, though,” he said. “I’m obviously frustrated with the results of the midterm election. I think we had a great record for members of Congress to run on, and I don’t think we – myself and the Democratic Party – made as good of a case as we should have. And, as a consequence, we had really low voter turnout and the results were bad.”