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And on the campaign trail so -- drug becoming a powerful symbol in the battle over jobs governor Mitt Romney paying a surprise visit.
-- shuttered headquarters of the defunct solar panel company saying president Obama's decision to support it -- taxpayer money.
Had more do with politics -- creating jobs take a listen.
Let's look at the decision to put money in this particular enterprise this -- a decision to say that the money would go in to Solyndra.
To campaign contributors very large campaign contributors.
-- -- Obama that had nothing to do with predecessors.
The decision to put money in this enterprise represents a serious conflict of interest.
And while governor Romney was on the west -- -- bombing campaign firing right back from the east 'cause here's David Axelrod in Boston.
Selling him himself to messages -- as.
Economic savior the Massachusetts record was alarmingly weak.
They've brought they are orientation of a financial engineer whose career has not been about generating jobs.
It's been about generating short term profit.
Not about generating long term growth or building for the future but about taking what he can -- -- -- Do you hear that in the background mr.
-- a lot constantly heckled by Romney supporters during the speech.
Molly Henneberg is live in Washington with more on the slugfest.
First tomorrow and what was going on in the background of David Axelrod speech here a little bit -- it there.
That's team Romney Romney supporters trying to drown them out as he was making a speech outside of the Massachusetts Statehouse criticizing Romney's term as governor of that state.
The -- supporters were chanted things like where the jobs and tell the truth.
And here's how David Axelrod responded to them.
You can't handle the truth is what he was saying what you decide there is part of the reason why the Romney campaign kept it on the down low that the governor was going to cylinder yesterday.
To prevent the Obama campaign for interfering with that press conference.
So what does all this say about the future of the campaign season perhaps -- -- -- yes -- both sides are going to be working very hard to frame the nation's economic situation to their advantage.
For example President Obama likely will talk about unemployment numbers maybe not today but unemployment numbers that have fallen from 10% in 2009 to as -- -- point 2% in May.
He'll probably talk about a resurgent auto industry and he and his campaign will criticize Mitt Romney's record as Massachusetts governor.
-- will go after the president and his economic policies probably the unemployment numbers today.
Saying they've stymied in slowed an economic recovery.
And that the president hasn't been a good Steward of the nation's tax dollars -- -- -- yesterday and that he Romney knows how to help the private sector thrive economically.
Today -- will continue his fundraising swing through California and President Obama will speak on veterans issues and fund raise in Minnesota.
Have a right -- it sounds like supporters of both sides and tend to be very vocal as well thank you are out there thank you.
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