Former Vice President Dick Cheney said Sunday he doesn't "pay a lot of attention" to what President Barack Obama says because he's "not credible."
"I don't pay a lot of attention, frankly, to what Barack Obama says," Cheney said on "Fox News Sunday." "I find a lot of it — in other areas, for example, IRS, Benghazi — not credible. I'm obviously not a fan of the incumbent president."
Cheney had been asked about Obama's assertion that he cleaned up and added additional oversight to the federal government's recently-revealed monitoring programs set up under the Bush administration after the Sept. 11 attacks.
Cheney said he doesn't know what actions Obama took, but said it was "good" the programs were in operation because they had saved lives and kept Americans safe from further attacks.
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