President Obama is in Rhode Island on Friday for the third time as president, set to address the economy in a speech at Rhode Island College on Friday.
Meanwhile, First Lady Michelle Obama hit the campaign trail on Thursday, urging voters to “get it done” for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Gina Raimondo, saying that the race is close and Raimondo needs every last vote.
While President Obama hits the road, Secretary of State John Kerry continues damage control of the “chicken s&#$” reference, standing by his claim that he’s never heard anyone in the White House use the slur, describing Benjamin Netanyahu as timid.
ABC’s Mary Bruce joined us from Washington to discuss.
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