Obama in 2006: I've Stolen Ideas from Jonathan Gruber Liberally
President Obama dismissed ObamaCare architect Jonathan Gruber yesterday as just some adviser who was never on his staff and with whom he doesn’t agree.
In a 2006 speech, however, Obama said that he has stolen ideas liberally from Gruber.
On “The Five,” former prosecutor Kimberly Guilfoyle picked up on the fact that Obama said Gruber’s name without looking down at the paper, suggesting he already knew him and didn’t have to reference his name.
"I don't know who he is. I don't care who he is," Bob Beckel said of Gruber. "I think he's a jerk, if you want to know the truth, to say that kind of stuff."
Eric Bolling said that no one would care who Gruber was if ObamaCare was actually working. Since it's not, the controversy is swirling around the law and the outspoken Gruber.
"He's got to be depressed. Everybody he knows, everybody who said how great he is is now going, 'I don't know who he is,'" Greg Gutfeld said.
"He's not as smart as he thinks he is," Dana Perino added.
Watch more above and see Obama's 2006 comments below.