Obama Wishes Romney 'Good Luck' on Super Tuesday
NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- President Barack Obama looked to steal a slice of the Super Tuesday spotlight as he gave his first press conference in 2012.
"I understand there are some political contests going on tonight," Obama said.
Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul face each other in 10 primary states on a day when a sweep could virtually end the GOP race and determine an opponent for Obama.Reporters asked for Obama's response to Romney's criticism that he is the most "feckless" president since Jimmy Carter: "Good luck tonight," Obama smiled. "Really." Obama's prepared remarks concerned
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