WATCH: President Obama Admits 'You Can't Change Washington From the Inside'
In an interview with Univision, President Obama made a striking admission, saying that he has learned over the last four years that to bring about change in Washington, you need help from the outside.
"You can't change Washington from the inside," he said. "You can only change it from the outside. That's how I got elected and that's how
the big accomplishments, like health care, got done."
Gregg Jarrett discussed the remark on America's Newsroom with Chris Wallace, host of Fox News Sunday.
Wallace, however, believes Obama is expressing a bit of revisionist history.
"The fact is that Obama came in with a big majority himself, with a big majority in the House, eventually a filibuster-proof majority in the Senate. ... (The health care law) didn't get passed because of great support, it got passed over popular opposition - when you have the Tea Party, when you have the victory of Scott Brown in Massachusetts - it got passed because it was ramrodded through," Wallace said.
Check out the full interview, and tune in to Fox News Sunday at 2p/ 6p ET as Chris talks to Obama campaign senior adviser Robert Gibbs.