Source: Jessica Yellin / CNN
Washington – President Barack Obama will use Tuesday’s State of the Union address to frame the message of his re-election campaign.
The annual speech to Congress will lay out in clear terms a theme he’s been repeating recently about economic inequality and a government that should ensure “a fair shake” for all.
Democratic sources briefed on the draft speech say it will describe a “blueprint for an economy that’s built to last.”
That blueprint will focus on manufacturing, energy, education and middle-class values, according to a video released on the Obama’s campaign website and Democratic sources who have been briefed on the address.
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