Andy Puzder, CEO of CKE Restaurants, Inc., talks with FOX Business Network's Neil Cavuto about how important it is for leaders to take blame.
"If somebody admits a mistake -- we had Kennedy with the Bay of Pigs, Reagan with Iran Contra. They ended up being very, very popular presidents, but they admitted they made a mistake. Or President Clinton with Monica Lewinsky. If you admit a mistake, the American people will respond," he said. "Obamacare, you've got a bill that was completely partisan. It wasn't vetted through the congressional committees, no debate, nobody read it, it's as long as "War and Peace." There's going to be some mistakes in it. You can't defend every aspect of it. And there seems to be a feeling in Washington that you have to defend everything this president does even if it's wrong. They need to admit some mistakes were made, and we need to get them fixed."