President Obama's jobs speech is already shrouded in partisan controversy, after the president attempted to schedule his talk for 8 p.m. on Wednesday, September 7 — the same date as the second debate for GOP presidential candidates. House Speaker John Boehner asked Obama to reschedule, and Obama complied, changing the date for the speech to September 8. Could this be a preview of future party wars over the jobs agenda?
David Sanger, chief White House correspondent for The New York Times, discusses the political theater unfolding over the president's speech. Sanger appears every Monday on WQXR's The Washington Report.