McConnell: Obama Must Be 'Embarrassed' by Stimulus

President Obama must be embarrassed by the economic stimulus package passed by the House of Representatives last week, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnellMitch McConnellOvernight Finance: House rejects financial adviser rule; Obama rebukes Sanders on big banks Senators roll out changes to criminal justice bill Sanders is most popular senator, according to constituent poll MORE (R-Ky.) suggested today.

"The president indicated he wanted this to be about a bipartisan proposal. I must say that, surely, privately, he's embarrassed about the product that came out of the House. The only bipartisanship was the opposition to it, all of the Republicans and a number of Democrats," McConnell said on CBS's "Face the Nation."

"I can't believe that the president isn't embarrassed about the products that have been produced so far," McConnell added later in the interview.

McConnell called for a smaller stimulus without earmarks, focusing on tax relief and federal help for homeowners.

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