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.
Thomas Donohue, head of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, has a message for the Obama administration and Congress: It?s time to get the free trade agenda back on track to help lift the economy. ... Read Post
Chamber's Donohue and AFL's Trumka "stand united in applauding President Obama’s call to create jobs and grow our economy." Donohue and Trumka Issue Joint Statement on SOTU WASHINGTON, D.C.—U.S. Chamber of Commerce President and CEO... Read Post