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Early Wednesday morning, Mitt Romney took the stage in Boston and congratulated President Barack Obama on his re-election. He told his supporter that the nation is at a "critical point," and called politicians to reach across the aisle. Forty minutes later, the president appeared in Chicago and told supporters that he believes the nation can "seize the future together."
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