White House chief of staff: Obama will deliver ‘innovative’ jobs plan

Daley said this plan differs from past ideas because it will include policies “that can be done.”

He told Stephanopoulos he is optimistic that the jobs proposal will pass in Congress, saying many of the ideas included in the plan have had bipartisan support in the past.

Daley criticized GOP presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney’s jobs plan, saying Romney’s predicted job-creation numbers should be assessed by economists and experts, not politicians.

Romney released his jobs plan in a speech Tuesday.