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President Obama Unveils New Documentary Of First Term

Updated: Saturday, August 3 2013, 05:13 PM CDT
The Republicans running for president have spent weeks criticizing each other. Now they are starting to get hit hard by the White House as President Obama starts making more campaign stops.

President Obama's campaign team is enlisting the help of Hollywood.
Oscar winning actor Tom Hanks narrates a new 17 minute campaign documentary that highlights President Obama's first term.

The video is just the latest sign the president's re-election campaign is in full swing.  Friday he flies to Chicago and Atlanta for fundraisers, and he's starting to attack the republicans running for the white house.

Vice President Joe Biden is traveling to battleground states and going after the GOP candidates even harder.

"If you give any one of these guys the keys to the White House they will bankrupt the middle class," he said.

As the President's reelection campaign kicks into high gear, GOP hopefuls continue their quest for delegates -- getting ready for contests this weekend in Missouri and Puerto Rico.

Rick Santorum was in Puerto Rico on Thursday, and may have hurt his chances with Spanish speaking voters.  He told a newspaper that English would have to be the main language if the U.S. territory were to one day become a state.  Santorum claims his comments were misrepresented.

"We understand that people of different cultures speak different languages but we have a common language and that's what I was saying yesterday," he said 

Mitt Romney will be in Puerto Rico Friday after fundraising in Illinois, which holds its primary on Tuesday.

Presidential candidate Ron Paul is concentrating his efforts in Missouri, which holds a caucus on Saturday.

And Newt Gingrich is campaigning Friday in Louisiana where voters head to the polls in a week.President Obama Unveils New Documentary Of First Term


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