Source: Jonathan Karl / ABC News
It started as a Kumbaya moment of bi-partisanship: A group of Democratic and Republican governors gathered at the White House talking to reporters about “common goals” and “working together.”
And then possible Republican presidential candidate Gov. Bobby Jindal, R-La., stepped to the microphones.
Jindal blasted President Obama for slow-walking a decision on the Keystone Pipeline and trashed his proposal to raise the minimum wage.
“This president and the White House seems to be waving the white flag of surrender,” Jindal said, flanked by several Democratic governors. “The Obama economy is now the minimum wage economy. I think we can do better than that. I think America can do better than that.”
With the gauntlet thrown down, the claws came out.
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