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The monster storm is giving President Obama ample opportunity to look presidential and display leadership but he is losing valuable campaigning time.
Chief White House correspondent Ed Henry has the latest.
This tough time for a lot of people after canceling two more campaign events in Ohio President Obama headed to the Red Cross to continue the role of healer in chief there's no excuse for inaction at this point I want every agency.
To lean forward.
And make sure that we are getting the resources.
Where they need.
Where they're needed as quickly as possible looking presidential in the final week of a tight campaign in a role that won a rare praise.
Today from governor Chris Christie.
Who gave the keynote address at the Republican National Convention he's been very attentive -- anything that I best work.
He's gotten to be so I -- the president publicly for that he's done.
As far as I'm concerned.
A great job for New Jersey -- the president appears above the fray during a crisis.
The fact is he still using two top surrogate Vice President Biden and former President Bill Clinton.
To campaign full speed ahead.
Now after they stump together in Ohio Monday Biden has two -- rallies tomorrow in Battleground Florida.
And today tried to drum up Hispanic turnout by telling you to visual talk show host he had the president had been quote.
Breaking your neck trying to get a real immigration law even though the president failed to follow through on a promise to pass immigration reform by the end of his first year in office.
Clinton today was in Minnesota a state Democrats were supposed to locked up long we'll go.
But -- suddenly become a battleground and he tried to use the super storm to hit Republican Mitt Romney.
He ridicule the president.
Ridicule the president.
For his efforts.
To fight global warming.
And economically beneficial ways he said oh you're going to turn back to -- To my part of America we would like it if someone could have done it is -- good.
The Obama camp is also suddenly spending 650000.
Dollars on TV ads in Pennsylvania.
The democratic stronghold with a whopping twenty electoral votes.
While the Romney camp claims it sees an opportunity.
-- revealed today it's also now going on the air in Pennsylvania the Obama camp -- a -- With Obama deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter taking a time out from the bipartisan could play all over this.
-- to tweet -- decision to go up in PA proof positive they can't make current map work to get to 270.
Throwing out like -- to Pennsylvania Minnesota hash tag desperate.
And the Obama team also responds that would team Romney now spending money in North Carolina that battleground may not be locked down as much as -- GOP had hoped -- find out who's really expanding the map and who's just bluffing.
One week from tonight press at and a lot of the north lawn Ed thank you the Romney.
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