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Obama Says He Deserves a Grade of 'Incomplete'

Sunday, 01 Aug 2010 04:32 PM

 

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President Barack Obama is giving himself a grade of "incomplete" for his presidency even though he says he has a "pretty good track record."

Obama tells CBS' "Sunday Morning" that his grade is incomplete because the economy has yet to fully rebound.

Still, Obama cites accomplishments — preventing a complete collapse of the economy, saving the financial markets and the auto industry, and passing the health care law.

The president says he feels sometimes that his administration isn't getting the credit it deserves, but he says that's because Americans remain scared, angry and frustrated.

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