Republicans accuse President Obama of turning the looming Fiscal Cliff into a PR campaign
The President meets with more business leaders.
WASHINGTON (NBC) -
In Washington Wednesday, Republicans are accusing President Obama of turning the fiscal cliff into a campaign event, and responding with some PR of their own.
The President meets with more business leaders - this time big companies you'll recognize - Home Depot, Coca Cola, Marriott, and AT&T, among others, but the focus this morning is middle class families.
The White House went online and asked middle class Americans, What'll happen if your taxes go up?
Thousands responded, some will tell their stories at the White House Wednesday, as small business owners did Tuesday.
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