Obama hits Republican economic 'myths'

US President Barack Obama has a wireless microphone adjusted during a break in filming a town hall meeting for PBS Newshour at the Lerner Theater June 1, 2016 in Elkhart, IndianaPresident Barack Obama shifted into full election campaign mode Wednesday, accusing Republicans of trying to dupe middle class American voters about the economy and prey on their fears. Democrat Obama ditched his suit jacket and rolled-up his shirt sleeves for an hour-long partisan political speech in a predominantly Republican district of Indiana, a battleground state in the heart of America’s hard-hit rust belt. Americans going to the polls November 8 will likely have to choose whether Republican Donald Trump or Democrat Hillary Clinton should replace Obama in the White House.

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