George Bush thinks its "fantastic" that a single mother of three, one who is mentally challenged, has to work three jobs to keep "food on her family". He thinks it's funny that she might not be getting any sleep.
In Omaha on Friday, a divorced single mother named Mary Mornin tells the president, "I have one child, Robbie, who is mentally challenged, and I have two daughters."
"Fantastic," the president exclaims, and he tells her she has "the hardest job in America, being a single mom."
Later, the 57-year old Mornin tells Bush that she works three jobs, which the president deems "uniquely American" and "fantastic." He asks her if she gets any sleep.