By Lori Ann LaRocco, CNBC Senior Talent Producer
NEW YORK ( CNBC) -- The President failed to convince the Senate Tuesday night to approve his jobs plan, with the proponents falling well short of the 60 votes needed to break a Republican filibuster. Obama administration official Gene Sperling said on CNBC's Squawk Box Tuesday morning the President has been the only one to present a jobs plan. Well, that's not exactly true. Four days before the President addressed Congress, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce sent their revenue neutral jobs plan to the White House. CNBC's C-Suite Insider has learned the President never responded to the Chamber.
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