CHANDLER, Ariz. - President Barack Obama made a stop in Arizona while on a three-day, five-state swing across the country that started in Iowa Wednesday.
The president stripped off his jacket and joked about the warm weather to a crowd at an Intel chip plant, seeming to revel in being out on the stump.
He began by talking about the weather, former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and moved on to manufacturing and how it will create jobs in the country.
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Obama's next stop is scheduled for Las Vegas.
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