President Obama got a little testy with his former campaign rival today, urging Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) to put away the campaign talking points.
Obama first tried to interrupt McCain's speech during the healthcare summit today, during which the Arizona Republican was reciting a series of criticisms of the Senate healthcare bill.
"Can I finish?" McCain retorted.
Failing to cut off the Arizona Senator, Obama waited until the end of McCain comments to make a caustic quip.
"Let me just make this point, John, because we're not campaigning anymore. The election is over," Obama said. "We can spend the remainder of the time with our respective talking points going back and forth. we were supposed to be talking about insurance."
McCain tried to brush off the encounter, joking to Obama that "I'm reminded of that everyday."
Obama's comment was the most obvious sign yet that the President has been frustrated with the content of the dialogue at today's summit.
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