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Pelosi: Obama needs to 'very strongly, very clearly' sell voters on jobs bill

Pelosi denied suggestions that she had previously been "disappointed" with the president's efforts to promote jobs creation measures.

"I don't remember being ever disappointed in the president, but I -- I do think that doing more is better," she insisted.

"I think it's really important that President Obama get out there very strongly, very clearly about what this jobs bill does and what it means to kitchen-table concerns of the American people. Will they have a job? Can they educate their children? What about their retirement, and the rest?" said Pelosi.

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