The White House website had to correct an embarrassing mistake made by President Obama during his press briefing yesterday. The President said that U.S. forces were “training ISIL.”
While the President’s error has been amended on the official transcript, the original quote has been left with the addition of the word ‘Iraqi’ which is in brackets after the word ISIL to correct Obama’s mistake.
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“with the additional steps I ordered last month, we’re speeding up training of ISIL forces.” he said during his speech
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This is by no means the first time that the White House has edited transcripts of Obama’s speeches to put the president in a better light or cover up for his mistakes.
Last October, the White House completely scrubbed a reference Obama made to unpaid bills being stacked up at his home in Chicago, replacing it with the quote, “there’s still junk on my desk, including some — newspapers and all kinds of stuff.”
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest later dubiously claimed that the line about Obama’s bills was left out because the recording equipment malfunctioned.
The White House again edited Obama’s remarks in March when he mistakenly stated, “the bond between the United States and America is unbreakable.”
When the Bush administration caught flak for amending transcripts, they immediately switched to providing the president’s remarks verbatim, which was not an easy decision considering George W. Bush’s notorious “Bushisms”.
However, the Obama White House seems happy to continue amending history instead of providing an accurate record of what the president actually said.
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