Obama Speaks With Indianapolis Star Ed Board

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On how he can win in Indiana when he lost Pennsylvania: Says he thinks he’ll catch on with Hoosiers because they have a “Midwestern sensibility that I connect with very well because it’s familiar of what I’m used to in Illinois.”

Also discusses his policy differences from Clinton (he says there aren’t many), liberal ranking from the National Journal, trade with China, appeal to the middle class, stance on Iraq (including defending his characterizations of McCain’s “100 years” remark).

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