WASHINGTON (WKZO) -- President Obama ralied auto workers in a campaign-style speech that went after the GOP presidential nominees Tuesday. In remarks to a United Auto Workers group in Washington, D.C., he touted the way his administration helped car makers during tougher times.
Obama said his administration refused to give up on the auto workers and their jobs. The President took a thinly-veiled shot at GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney for Romney's remarks questioning the auto manufacturer bailout.
Obama's speech to the UAW group came on the day of the key Michigan GOP presidential primary.