U.S. President Barack Obama's re-election campaign Thursday said Mitt Romney is "dishonest" while GOP challenger Mitt Romney's campaign called Obama "lazy."
President Barack Obama downplayed this week's debate, while Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said the exchange would change the campaign's "narrative."
The bruising Republican primaries will pay off for Mitt Romney when he debates President Obama this week, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie predicted.
President Obama said Sunday he would still be willing to work with the Republicans on a budget compromise if he wins a second term.
A senior adviser to President Obama said Americans would be a lot worse off than they were four years ago if Republican economic policies were still in effect.
White House and Obama campaign aides chowed down at the Iowa State Fair and campaign spokeswoman Jen Psaki quipped Tuesday everyone survived.
David Plouffe, an aide to President Barack Obama, accepted a $100,000 fee from an affiliate of a firm doing business with Iran, The Washington Post reported.
Congress likely won't challenge President Obama's plan to allow the children of illegal immigrants to stay in the United States, a GOP senator said Sunday.
A senior adviser to President Obama said winning the November election could lead to a thaw in the partisan deadlock in Congress.
President Obama's campaign doesn't consider Republican hopeful Mitt Romney's economic strategy to be a Mitt Romney plan, a top adviser said Sunday.