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November 27, 2012

White House defends Obama's trip to Pennsylvania

President Obama doesn't have any meetings yet scheduled this week with members of Congress -- but he's traveling to Pennsylvania on Friday to press his case on how they can averting a looming fiscal crisis.

But press secretary Jay Carney insisted the trip wasn't "about politics.

"It's about a policy debate that's happening in Washington," Carney said.


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