Axelrod on Obama: "On the GSA issue, he was I think it’s fair to say apoplectic"

President Barack Obama is “apoplectic” about lavish spending at the GSA, one of his top advisers said Sunday.

“On the GSA issue, he was I think it’s fair to say apoplectic,” said David Axelrod, said on NBC’s “Meet the Press. “Because we made a big effort to cut waste, inefficiency, fraud against government, saved tens of billions of dollars doing it on just this very kind of thing. And so this was very enraging to him, and, of course, he acted quickly, the administration acted quickly and changed the management there.”