His Fox News colleague ripped the Obama monologue that was more suited to the student group Model United Nations.
Transcript courtesy of Western Journalism:
If you were waiting to hear a US president say, "I feel your pain" or if you were waiting to hear a US President say, "It's them or us," that is not what you just heard.
President Obama called the attacks here in Paris a "setback" at one point. He was asked "is it time to change your strategy." More or less he said no. "Have you under estimated the abilities of ISIS?" More or less he said no. "Do you understand how to defeat ISIS?" His response: "This is a variation of the same question."
President Obama has made it quite clear in that Q-and-A that lasted more than 45 minutes that he has accepted there are evils in this world and evils in places like Paris, France and this is something that we all must face today. It's a reality in which the world we live. If you're at home wondering with your own set of anger and your own set of fears about what can happen next, you are not alone, because that is precisely what you feel here in Paris, France. And if you were awaiting clarification on your feelings through that Q-and-A, you weren't gonna get it. The president's strategy as stated over the weekend continues as is.