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Campaign 2012 / Obama vs. Romney / The Economy / A discussion #1023403

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jun 01, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The grim job creations and unemployment numbers noted. [President OBAMA - admits the economy is not growing as fast as we would like.] [Mitt ROMNEY - says this is bad news for the American people and Obama keeps blaming others.] What Romney is stating incorrectly about what Obama promised with the real facts about the unemployment numbers noted. [On CBS, last night, April 23, April 20, February 23, April 2, ROMNEY - cites Obama's promises about unemployment levels.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live disussion held with CNN's Mary Matalin and Obama communications deputy director Jen Psaki† about the unemployment numbers. [PSAKI - defends Obama on the economy and the Bain strategy; explains the poll figures.] [MATALIN - says we have had 40 months of over 8 percent unemployment; criticizes Obama for being partisan.]

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