President Obama to Face Jobs Report in Wake of DNC

ABC News' Mary Bruce discusses how the jobs report could affect the president's campaign.
3:00 | 09/06/12

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Transcript for President Obama to Face Jobs Report in Wake of DNC
-- secular the ABC's Mary Brewster covers the learning so far about this speech this crowd getting fired up about an hour ago before the prime time hours. Directed by Amy that's -- about an hour left to god I want to touch on something that. That actually happens tomorrow morning after all is said and done here tonight the president wakes up tomorrow to face it. -- -- as stark reminder of the economic reality facing most Americans that's the monthly jobs report. Comes out tomorrow morning at 830 and don't want the president could have had a sort of sneak peek at some of the data tonight the white -- usually gets a before its -- to the public -- campaign says that that will not impact his speech here at all tonight. -- will continue to deliver the same economic message regardless which is that we still have a lot more work to do. There's more than he needs to do to help boost jobs grow the economy get the middle class backpedaling like to see them -- But again this is something that you know the campaign worried it could possibly danger that -- that the campaign is hoping for in the president's poll numbers coming out of the convention. But so far you know -- at some of the data at the economists say that it's possible that this jobs report might have too much of a negative impact on the president. So -- they're saying that it looks like. The job numbers -- -- steady economic excuse me the unemployment rate could stay steady at eight -- an 83%. Which would mean you know the projections are correct -- them. Jobs jobs are being created but just not fast enough to see via unemployment rate declined so we'll have to see what happens tomorrow morning after after the party is done here tonight. And Mary that -- -- he's going and well tomorrow is New Hampshire yeah. -- about not being -- and then why why it went down they choose this small thing. To go to right after their big. The president wakes up tomorrow morning it's back to work hits the campaign rallies heading to New Hampshire and Iowa tomorrow I'm also endorsing Mitt Romney will be -- -- those states tomorrow although not at the same time. Many -- it's still a battleground states not one of the -- that he's visited nearly as much as safe Ohio. Iowa and Florida but it's still an important -- of the campaign when one that they wanted to still visit and -- How to ride out the momentum in that wave that comes from the convention. President Biden doctor Biden will be the first time that. -- all four of them together on the campaign trail. And then he -- that back to that battleground state of Florida this weekend is any act campaign bus -- there all weekend long. It is upon us -- Iowa New Hampshire Billie feels like a private vehicle over again. ABC's -- projected -- from the convention floor thanks for being here.

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