Obama calls ‘you didn’t build that’ furor ‘bogus,’ as Romney releases new ad

President Obama, one week after his controversial “you didn’t build that” remark, claimed Friday that the criticism he’s taking from Republicans is “bogus.”

Though Republicans say the president was implying that business owners didn’t build their businesses, Obama said he was just talking about roads and bridges.

In an interview with WCTV-TV in Tallahassee that aired Friday, Obama said: “What I said was together we build roads and we build bridges.”

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