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-- to unveil a new jobs plan to maybe get to talk this Wall Street roller coaster.
But before that he's taken a family vacation over and Martha's Vineyard but -- he actually get to relax joining us now.
From Washington DC Doug Luzader Doug -- I don't -- that maybe should work -- that relax.
Well you know there is that argument and it's certainly being made by a lot of folks the president heads from the midwest to the vineyard with the quick stop here in Washington along the way a little later today the first family will begin relatively long vacation.
On the island conclave of Martha's Vineyard this will be his third trip there since taking office and there's obviously nothing unusual about president's taking time off or getting heat for doing -- But this time around given the state of the economy.
The White House is clearly concerned about what many around here called the optics of this trip the fact that the president.
And in fact the president was asked about this on CBS news weather this trip sends the right message.
With so many Americans out of work in the nation's economy really taking a beating he says.
Congress isn't in a mood to work anyway.
Should you feel indication well no because I think -- you know if all we're doing is the same posturing.
That we saw before the beltway political.
-- -- -- Jerry -- discourage people.
And the midwest bus tour that the president just wrapped up -- Seem to be designed to prove that he is concerned about the economy and working hard -- us.
-- the jobs market but this vacation does give the new fodder to the Republicans who hope to unseat the president next year.
Too little too late.
But but but we appreciate the fact that he's.
-- is trying to devote some time to it not just going to be on the bus tour -- there's gonna be vacationing in Martha's Vineyard.
And with -- president returns he will outline a new plan to get the economy moving and -- start producing jobs we just don't know what the specifics -- yet back to you guys had a question is does he was he still putting the finishing touches on that plan.
The markets would certainly be responding -- Doug Luzader.
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