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April 10, 2012

President Obama hits the road to sell the Buffett Rule -- and raise campaign dollars

President Obama left Washington for Florida today for what the White House pool report notes is a "14.5-hour day of fundraising and Buffett-Rule salesmanship."

Obama is scheduled to push for passage of the Buffett Rule -- and raise money for his campaign at three fundraisers. The first at a Palm Beach Gardens home.

He'll then deliver a speech about imposing a minimum tax on the richest Americans at Florida Atlantic University in Florida's ritzy Palm Beach County. He'll also hold fundraisers in nearby Hollywood and a $15,000 per person dinner at the Miami home of Jeremy Alters.


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