President Barack Obama took a shot at Congress on Monday, saying they might have had difficulty wrapping their heads around his 200-page jobs bill.
“We’re going to break up my jobs bill. Maybe they [Congress] couldn’t understand it all at once,” he said in Asheville, North Carolina — the first stop of his three-day bus tour promoting the American Jobs Act.
Obama said he was happy that the Senate will take up a “bite-sized piece” of the legislation to provide funding to state and local governments to keep teachers and first responders on the job.
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