Washington (CNN) - President Obama says he's not worried about the impact of a film and ad campaign produced by a group of retired Special Ops soldiers.
The 22-minute-long film is called "Dishonorable Disclosures."
It criticizes the Obama administration for releasing too many details about last year's Osama bin Laden raid and killing.
The president says, when watching a film like this, viewers should consider the source.
"I won't take this film to seriously, I gather that one of the producers is a birther who still doesn't think I was born in this country. You got ah, one who was a Republican candidate for office and a proud card carrying member of the Tea Party. So ah, yeah this is obviously a partisan film. I'd advise that you talk to General McRaven who is in charge of our Special Ops. I think he has a point of view in terms of how deeply I care about what these folks do each and every day to protect our freedom," said Obama.
President Obama has regularly cited the killing of bin Laden as a campaign promise he fulfilled, and the head of special operations, Admiral William McRaven, recently said Mister Obama deserved credit.
The Op Sec Education Fund raised about a million dollars to produce the film.