"Well, obviously, we're talking to him, and we believe the President should be standing up for us and should be standing up. Now, whether he goes to Wisconsin, that's up to him. But he should be speaking out. He's speaking out on Libya. He's speaking out on Egypt. It's time to speak out for the American workers. i mean, there is a war on workers right now," Teamsters President James Hoffa said on MSNBC.
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