President Barack Obama said Monday he doesn't mind that the Great Recession has been affirmed over by a group of economists. Intended for the millions of people who are out of work or else struggling, he said, "It’s still very genuine for them."
Obama deprived of that he was anti-business or Anti-Wall Street in his economic proposal, commenting under close questioning throughout a town hall-style assembly broadcast live on CNBC.
He obtainable a mixed verdict on the growing tea party, calling its skepticism of government "healthy" other than adding, "The challenge of the tea social gathering movement is to identify specially 'What would you do?'" to help twist around the economy and produce jobs.