Former Romney Aide Disputes Claims by Axelrod on Twitter

Mitt Romney's former personal aide, Garrett Jackson, is disputing claims made by former senior Obama adviser, David Axelrod, that the President was upset with Romney's concession phone call following the 2012 election

Mitt Romney‘s former personal aide, Garrett Jackson, is disputing claims made by former senior Obama adviser, David Axelrod, that the President was upset with Romney’s concession phone call following the 2012 election.

In his new book, “Believer: My 40 Years in Politics,” Axelrod alleges that President Obama was “unsmiling during the call, and slightly irritated when it was over.” He even went as far as to assert that Romney had implied Obama won the election due to his popularity within black communities.

“‘You really did a great job of getting out the vote in places like Cleveland and Milwaukee,’ in other words, black people. That’s what he thinks this was all about,” Obama said upon hanging up with the GOP candidate, according to Axelrod.

Jackson took to Twitter to counter these claims:

Jackson’s criticism of Axelrod grew harsher: