Obama Pittsburgh Speech Video, Address at Carnegie Mellon Univ. 6-2-10

U.S. President Barack Obama speaks about the economy in Pittsburgh

Here is the Obama Pittsburgh speech video from Weds, June 2, 2010. President Barack Obama addresses an audience at Carnegie Mellon University in Pennsylvania on the economy. The speech time is 1:35 p.m. ET — watch live stream video embedded below. Thereafter check back for full video and transcript text.

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Link Live web-feed video. The event can also be seen via the White House Web site as well as on CNN Live or via the White House iPhone app — a free download.

The trip to Pittsburgh, PA is part of the President Obama’s White House to Main Street tour. According to CBS News, in the speech at the CMU Weigand Gymnasium, Obama intends to discuss progress towards the goal of building the “new foundation” for growth and prosperity which he announced a year ago. Read more here: Obama Takes Economic Message to Pittsburgh

Today’s complete itinerary can be seen here: President Obama official schedule and guidance, June 2, 2010.

Video of Obama’s June 1 speech announcing the Gulf oil spill commission is below. For commentary on the President’s visit and speech today and related issues see:

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