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Carl thank you -- Obama is switching things up a bit.
For the final push chief White House correspondent Ed Henry is with the president in Los -- But wardrobe change for President Obama flashing his bomber jacket from Air Force One to remind everyone he's still commander in chief for now.
And while aides are also promising a change in message with a new more positive tone in his final days are fighting goes -- because we know this nation cannot succeed.
Without a growing -- middle class he's still going negative on Mitt Romney would his campaign today charging the Republican would be a rubber stamp for the right wing.
He's saying is the candidate of change.
Well let -- tell -- it was just.
We know what change looks like.
-- -- -- -- -- Then more power but the biggest managers and change.
Leaving millions without health insurance isn't change.
Another five trillion dollar tax cut the favored the wealthy.
-- -- change those punches are still flying because the president knows this race is far from over especially since he still waiting for Friday's October jobs report.
One of the last unknowns about the race today weekly applications for unemployment benefits dropped to a seasonally adjusted 363000.
A level consistent with modest but not robust hiring mixed news -- well for the president in the latest Fox News poll.
Which shows that approval of its handling of the economy among likely voters has risen ten points compared to two years ago.
Yet when asked who they trust to do a better job on the economy the president gets just 43%.
While Romney is at 52%.
Yeah the president is also playing some defense with -- itinerary in the final stretch.
Three stops in Wisconsin a state he wanted to lock down long ago.
Plus two stops in Iowa in six cities in Ohio -- hopes victories will provide a mid western firewall.
Well the president may be less optimistic in the south.
Where he's making only one visit -- to Florida and Virginia and has no plans to visit North Carolina we've never had North Carolina for a year.
-- the Republican column and sure enough.
That's where it's going to be on Tuesday this week the president's campaign has also started pouring money into democratic leaning states Michigan Minnesota and Pennsylvania.
Note that commander in chief Jack it was only slipped Don after all the president storm work and New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg hard hit by the storm.
Just so happen to pick today.
To endorse the president.
Brett and and a lot in Las Vegas -- thank you.
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