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Obama to Romney on Super Tuesday: 'Good Luck Tonight'

March 6, 2012

President Obama had three words for his likely GOP rival in the presidential election. During Tuesday's press conference a reporter asked Obama to respond to remarks from candidate Mitt Romney who the reporter said had called him 'America's most feckless president since (Jimmy) Carter.' 

"What would you like to say to Mr Romney?" the reporter asked.

 

Obama responded: "Good luck tonight."

Obama held the press conference on Super Tuesday, when ten states will vote on their GOP presidential candidates.

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