DURHAM, N.H. -- President Barack Obama is criticizing anew what his re-election campaign says is Republican Mitt Romney's record of shipping jobs overseas.
Obama says outsourcing U.S. jobs isn't just part of Romney's record, it is part of his "overall vision" for the U.S. economy.
The Romney campaign has pushed back at the criticism, saying there is a difference between "domestic outsourcing" and "offshoring." But Obama says explain that difference doesn't matter to a worker whose job went overseas.
The president is speaking at a rally in New Hampshire, his first stop on a two-day, four-state campaign trip.