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President Obama found himself on familiar ground both physically and rhetorically this afternoon.
Chief White House correspondent Ed Henry has not part of the story.
122 visit to Ohio President Obama declared.
There's a stalemate over the economic future of the nation this election is your chance.
To break that stale and after suffering a brutal two weeks from weak jobs numbers and a slip up about the private sector.
There will be no shortage of gaffes and controversies -- the -- -- You recently made my own unique contribution to that process.
He tried to hit the reset button by acknowledging the economy is not where it needs to be.
The claiming he can turn it around.
This has to -- -- north star.
An economy that's built not from the top down but from a growing middle class.
The -- ladders of opportunity for folks who -- yet in the middle class.
The president spent the rest of the 54 minutes linking presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney to the house GOP -- -- Back regulations designed to protect consumers and workers they promise to not only keep all of the bush tax cuts in place.
But add another five trillion dollars.
In tax cuts on top of that.
He spoke today Cuyahoga community college.
We delivered -- 2010 speech mocking John Boehner the top Republican in the house there were no new policies for mr.
There were no new ideas no new ideas today either which is -- top Republicans say his time is running out.
His policies are working and and I think that's.
The problem that he's got so -- he along speech.
When he fingers and a lot of other people.
But he didn't talk about what he wants to do to turn things around.
Former President Bill Clinton also spoke at this college on the eve of the 2010 mid terms and made this offer.
So we don't go back in reverse and give us two more years if it doesn't work you have another election just two years you voters all out there and two years later mr.
Obama was back pleading for more time.
The other side.
We'll spend over a billion dollars on ads that tell you the economy is bad.
That it's all my ball.
That I can't fix it because I think government is always -- -- -- After standing up for the middle class in Ohio the president tonight is in New York City rubbing elbows with Sarah Jessica Parker.
And and it -- tour of Vogue Magazine raising about four point five million dollars.
For his campaign.
Chris learn those economic speeches with the panel -- thanks very much.
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