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Labor intensive President Obama trying to make nice and -- support of labor unions with a speech today at the building trades legislative conference.
-- Keystone Pipeline debacle do his words have any weight are Peter -- is at the white house with a look at how the speech went Peter.
Analyst that's right president trying to mend fences with the building and construction workers the union.
Here in Washington a with a speech because.
He really -- this union off when he decided to reject the Keystone Pipeline project which.
Would've created that thousands.
The union jobs the president was here trying to.
Mend the fences -- -- cement.
-- its support of the union members in this election year by talking about infrastructure so the president.
Hammered Republicans on Capitol Hill who have rejected -- his job supplanted jobs proposals which would include infrastructure projects.
And -- he accused them of stalling on the hundred billion dollar highway bill which would also create.
Thousands and thousands of union jobs take a listen.
As we speak the house Republicans.
Are refusing to pass a bipartisan bill.
That could guarantee you worked for millions.
Construction workers are to pass the senate.
-- -- -- Way to put folks back to work.
Now here's what day unions sad don't want the president rejected the Keystone Pipeline quote it's beyond disappointing that President Obama placed a higher priority on politics rather than our nation's number one challenge.
However at the end of the speech the members could be -- -- heard chanting four more years so looks like mission accomplished for the president at least today.
-- -- Alright Peter Brian thanks so much.
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