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Source: USA Today
CINCINNATI -- President Obama visited Ohio again today to talk tough about China -- and about Mitt Romney.
Mocking Romney's claim that "he's going to roll up his sleeves, and he's going to take the fight China," Obama announced a new trade complaint against the Chinese, and sought to link his Republican rival to companies that outsource jobs overseas.
"You can't stand up to China when all you've done is send them our jobs," Obama told backers in a park near downtown Cincinnati. "You can talk a good game, but I like to walk the walk."
Romney and aides called the new trade complaint -- over Chinese subsidies to its auto parts industry -- a politically motivated act designed to appeal to the politically pivotal state of Ohio.
Obama "spent 43 months failing to confront China's unfair trade practices," Romney said in a statement, "and his recent actions are too little, too late for American businesses and middle-class families."