Media reports show President Barack Obama focused on the differences between his views and those of Republican candidate Mitt Romney during his trip to Cleveland earlier today.
Obama focused on the economy and job creation during his speech at Cuyahoga Community College. Here’s a round-up of some of the coverage from local and national media:
- The Plain Dealer: Obama focused on the economy and received a standing ovation at the mention of his support for federal intervention in the auto industry.
- The Associated Press, via Huffington Post: Obama told potential voters that Romney would cut both taxes and regulations.
- Tri-C’s The Voice Newspaper: The Voice has a variety of photos and videos from the event, including comments from people who attended.
- Politico: Politico takes a hard look at the speech, calling it “an extensive rebuke” of Romney’s agenda. Obama did not announce any new policies, and expressed support in investing in schools.
Where you at the speech? Tell us what you thought in the comments.