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OPINION

Carney Spars Over Obama's Jobs Speech on Fox News

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It didn't take long for Fox & Friends host Gretchen Carlson and White House press secretary Jay Carney to begin bickering over the proposals expected from President Obama's major address on the economy and jobs creation.

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President Obama is slated to unveil a $300 billion jobs package at a joint session of Congress on Thursday. While some reports have also suggested that the price tag could top $400 billion, Carney would not confirm any numbers, saying the estimates were “more of a guess than a dead-on price tag.” When pressed further by Carlson, Carney retorted: “Everything will be paid for, and he will challenge Congress to get it done. All right? The American people are so not interested in the partisan bickering.”

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