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Topic - Ricky Brown
President Obama used a campaign stop in Ohio on Monday to take aim at China and Mitt Romney by announcing a trade complaint against China for subsidizing auto parts made for export and amplifying attacks on Mr. Romney's investments in companies that ship jobs overseas.
"We're very much still with our president," said Ricky Brown, 50, a postal worker. "He's been trying to get it done and is doing everything he can."