Friday September 25, 2020

Obama seeks second term, on "harder path"

Obama’s appeal remains largely personal as his job approval ratings have been stuck below 50 percent for weeks

7th September, 2012
Barack Obama seeks second term

Four years after the US made history by electing him the first African-American president, Barack Obama has asked for a second term with a pledge to keep rebuilding the economy in a way that "may be harder but it leads to a better place."

Obama said the election race between him and Republican Party nominee Mitt Romney would have profound consequences on jobs - which he mentioned 15 times - and the economy, taxes and...

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