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President about to hold a campaign event there and -- no doubt he will be responding to this report this morning.
He well he has not spoken yet as you say about 4045 minutes from now.
A what's devastating for the president this morning as he's been out here in this battleground state of Ohio yesterday a for the beginning of the -- or continuing today in the -- and it.
This the second day in Pennsylvania another important battleground that he wants to make -- keeps of the democratic column.
He's been making the case out here that his policies have been turning things around specifically.
The auto bailout which has been helpful -- auto jobs here in Ohio.
But as he makes that case to have this third straight month of very weak job growth is devastating for him just a few moments ago.
Hit one of his chief economist Alan Krueger put out a written statement that says a lot of the same things we've heard for months now quote it is critical that we continue the policies that build an economy that works for the middle class and makes us stronger and more secure.
As we dig our way out of the deep hole that was caused by the severe recession.
There are no quick fix it fixes the problems we face that were more than a decade in the making CC they're trying to add that context.
More than a decade in the making to say the president inherited a lot of this but as you can imagine a few moments from now -- we hear from the presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney.
He is -- -- going to be making the case the president's now had.
Three and a half years of his policies -- Well and no doubt the campaign -- the reelection campaign for the president.
In a way they have to sort of -- again that that they expect these numbers to be in a similar range over the next form my seat that likely -- -- what we're seeing.
That those numbers will -- dramatically in their favor.
Doesn't look good -- so that has to be part of their presentation -- there that their way of of selling it.
But in no doubt about it when you talk to Wall Street analysts that they need about 250000.
Jobs created a month for the next five years just to get back were to where we -- before the Great Recession when you're when you're growing this fewer number of jobs that's a big hole to climb right at thank you very much.
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