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White House spokesman Jay Carney says the president is the president of all the people, not just those who voted for him. ...
He was responding to Mitt Romney's comments that 47% of people who will vote for Obama "believe that they are victims." (Sept. 18)
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[SOT/](Jay Carney/White House Spokesman)(reporter) "Has the president seen the video cause a lot of people to be talking this morning... the 47% video and if so what's his reaction to that?"(Carney) "let me say this...the campaign has put out a statement and I'm sure others from the campaign will be asked about and will address it so I'll limit what I say in response to questions about it. What I'll say is this: when you're president of the united states, you are president of all the people not just the people who voted for you. You've heard the president say so many times, because he deeply believes it, that we're in this together, all of us. From the time he began his career in public service, from the time that those of us in this room first heard of him in 2004, his message has been about the fact that what unites us as Americans is far greater than the things that divide us. And that's fundamental to who this president is and it's fundamental to what guides him as he makes decisions. When he made the decision against the advice of many, to take action to save the auto industry the president did not ask whether the 1.1 million whose jobs would be saved were for or against him. When he pressed for 18 small business tax cuts, he didn't ask whether small businessmen and women were democrat or republican. When he fought to pass health care reform, he didn't wonder whether the 129 million Americans with pre-existing conditions who would be helped by this reform, who would be given security thru the reform were likely to be with him or against him in 2012. That's just not how he thinks. And I think the way you have to approach the job is with a keen understanding that you're out there fighting for every American. And this president's agenda has always been about building the middle class, strengthening the middle class, bringing people up into the middle class and that's what it will be going forward.")(****END****) VIDEO PRODUCER: dstarddard---------------------------VIDEO SOURCE: Pool -----------------------VIDEO APPROVAL: yes----------------------------VIDEO RESTRICTIONS: None----------------------------------MARKET EMBARGO (S): None--------------------------------SCRIPT/WIRE SOURCE:a0794BC-US--Obama-Romney,123Carney: Presidents must represent all AmericansCarney says president must represent all Americans, campaign releases video on Romney commentsEds: APNewsNow. WASHINGTON (AP) _ White House spokesman Jay Carney says the president of the United States is the president of all the people, not just those who voted for him. Carney was responding to Republican Mitt Romney's comments at a private fundraiser that the 47 percent of people who will vote for Obama "believe that they are victims." Carney said Obama "deeply believes that we're in this together." Carney says he didn't know if the president has seen the video of Romney's remarks. Meanwhile, Obama's re-election campaign released a web video Tuesday that asks voters to watch Romney's comments and respond. In the ad, one woman says she felt, quote, "sick to my stomach." Another woman says Romney isn't someone she thinks she'd want as her president.