(CNN) – President Barack Obama, using some of his sharpest campaign language to date, assailed rival Mitt Romney in an interview airing Friday for reversing his position on a fine included in the president's health care law.
A short portion of the interview was distributed by Obama's campaign early Friday. The remainder of the interview was not immediately available.
(CNN) - President Barack Obama continues his two-day bus tour in Ohio and Pennsylvania on Friday, with stops in Boardman and Poland, Ohio, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He returns to the White House in the afternoon for an official event.
Meanwhile, Mitt Romney remains in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire on vacation with his family.
Several possible vice presidential picks for Romney are also on the trail. Former Gov. Tim Pawlenty of Minnesota and Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal are traveling on the Romney campaign bus ahead of the president's.
See the full schedule after the jump.
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