Thomas J. Donohue, the outspoken head of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce (and author of WSJ opinion pieces on jobs and energy policy), said he?d give President Barack Obama a slightly passing grade for his handling of the economy, but he said the administration could have done much more to help create jobs.
?As a new president, I?d give him a C+,? Mr. Donohue said in an interview taped for C-SPAN?s Newsmakers program.
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