Former president Barack Obama ridiculed Republicans at an Ohio rally Thursday evening, mocking members of the party for being "still mad" even though they control the White House and both chambers of Congress.
Obama made the remarks during a fiery speech for Democratic nominee for governor Rich Cordray, who was previously his Consumer Financial Protection Bureau director.
"Even the folks who won don't seem happy. Have you noticed that?" Obama told the Cleveland crowd, decrying the country's "broken" politics. Republicans won the presidency, House and Senate, he said, but "they're still mad, which is interesting."
He went on to...