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Gibbs: Obama Open to a Chamber Speech

From today’s White House press briefing:

“In terms of invitations from the Chamber obviously we are and continue to be interested in speaking with them and their members and we will see if the schedule allows for that in the beginning of the year,” he said.

Gibbs hinted that a date for such a speech had been set for sometime in December but that the date had been pushed back until after the turn of the calendar.

Late last week, CNN reported that the Chamber had plans in place to invite Obama to headline its job summit, which had initially been planned for December but was being pushed to January.

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