Fact check: Obama, Romney trade charges over federal auto bailout
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Fact check: Obama, Romney trade charges over federal auto bailout

Shanghai : China | Oct 23, 2012 at 12:49 AM PDT
Source: Los Angeles Times
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In a presidential debate over foreign policy, one of the most contentious exchanges between President Obama and Mitt Romney , surprisingly, was over Detroit. You know, if we had taken your advice, Gov. Romney, about our auto industry, we'd be buying cars from China instead of selling cars... FULL ARTICLE AT Los Angeles Times
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