Carney Snipes at Romney’s Michigan Victory

(Alex Wong/Getty Images)
(Alex Wong/Getty Images)

At Wednesday’s White House daily briefing, PressSec explains Obama’s UAW speech was not intended to contrast with Michigan’s primary.

Carney: “It was probably scheduled at a time before any of you would have predicted that the Michigan primary would be a significant event. That was supposed to be a non-event primary because one of the contestants was born there and his father was governor.”

Related Topics: Jay Carney, Mitt Romney, 2012 Elections, News, Republican Party, The Page, White House

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