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Mitt Romney paid what thirteen or so percent does anybody at the White House have a problem with that -- -- tax rate for anybody.
We know -- were not really focused on governor I know what I was hoping had a series of this discussion that you might.
Well we are focused though on.
Building an economy that's durable I'm going to last and that means we're focused on American manufacturing and.
Energy and working on skilled that repeal have their journal which is why I asked about that Nancy in the great respect admiration all the rest.
Of the world today is talking about Mitt Romney's taxes at least are weird little TV world so could you talk about that for a minute he paid less than 15%.
And does anybody have a problem with that -- tax rate -- at the White House would like to fix -- of that situation that happen again.
Well I think tonight -- the president's going to lay out his vision of really.
The kind of America that we want to bills and it involves that basic American promise that if you.
Play by the rules and you pay your fair share.
You have a stake -- you know there.
The future of this country and the ability yeah.
Thank you and they thought the rules in place finisher that was totally not pays -- well I'm saying that there's a fair question about what is a fair share that people should pay and I think what is that why Buffett has.
Warren Buffett has said that it just doesn't seem fair to him.
That he has a lower tax rate than his secretary does so I think.
The president will lay out some details about the Buffett rule that he has talked about this summer and I think you'll hear some discussion of that but.
Clearly focused on the policies that will continue the momentum that we're seeing in this economy where.
As you pointed out where for the first time in the decade where they have no Americans fighting in Iraq were moving forward.
With creating new jobs in manufacturing.
In last -- two months we've created more than three million jobs so that's what this president's focus on.
Does this president believe it thirteen point 9% is too little percent to be paying -- Texas.
Well as a as I said shepherd I -- you you have lunch with the president today and she had a chance to ask about that what -- focused on right now as it was off the record so I figured out how I see I see.
I'm not going to be Atlanta that question because I have that's -- depressed about it what I have -- him about is what he wants me and the others here at the White House to be doing.
To work with the congress to get.
Our ideas about manufacturing to get our.
Alright Nancy and it's mighty nice to be -- to -- -- -- -- from from the White House lawn that was delicious lunch and we all thank you thank you we'll.
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