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Obama Defends Bailout At Auto Worker Conference

President Obama delivered a rousing speech to an enthusiastic audience Tuesday when he addressed the United Auto Workers union in Washington, DC. Just as voters in Michigan were heading to the polls to name their choice for the Republican presidential nomination, the president reminded them that he helped save the auto industry in 2009.
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