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President Obama is still being haunted by a comment made almost two weeks ago.
You didn't build that tonight chief White House correspondent Ed Henry tells us Mitt Romney is still hammering him for it.
And the president is still trying to get past.
At one of his nine fund raisers this week President Obama again found himself on defense over -- Bill -- comment clarifying to democratic donors I want to promote success in releasing a new ad charging Republicans took him out of context.
Six hardworking people sacrifice to meet payroll and create jobs and make our economy -- No what I said was that we need to stand behind -- America always gets my investing in education and training roads and bridges.
Top advisors to presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney however keep pounding away.
He condemns success he wanted the business people did at at his -- and his constituencies.
To think that all business success should be shared with everyone that there's nothing individual about it.
That's denying the American dream we keep the heat on Republicans are helping small business people hold we did build this news conference is in swing states.
While the conservative super pac crossroads GPS.
Has a sports themed instant replay on what it calls the fumble of the week and let's go to -- Nobody else made that happen.
And what the table.
Democrats are pushing back with their own events slamming Romney's small business record.
While the president uses his fundraisers to tout his efforts to turn the economy around.
Though a new NBC news Wall Street Journal poll finds growing anxiety about jobs with half of registered voters feeling less optimistic about the direction of the economy.
-- only 27%.
Predicting it will improve over the next year.
Nevertheless the poll gives the president an overall edged up 49%.
Over Romney nationwide.
Call -- a sample of twelve battleground states mr.
Obama is up eight.
But some worrisome news for the president from Gallup only 39% of Democrats say they're more enthusiastic.
About voting than usual that down sharply from the last two elections meanwhile.
51% of Republicans say they -- enthusiastic at the same level two as 2004.
When President Bush got reelected Brett.
Ed Henry lot of the White House briefing room and thank you the senate.
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