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Mitt 'Let Detroit Go Bankrupt' Romney: President Obama laid off autoworkers

Remember Mitt Romney's plan for Detroit? To "let it go bankrupt." Mitt Romney, still refusing to directly address questions about his record at Bain, tries to refocus the conversation on President Obama: "In the general election, I'll be pointing out that the president took the reins of General Motors and Chrysler, closed factories, closed dealerships, laid off thousands and thousands of workers.
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