In an interview with CNN that aired Sunday, Mitt Romney defended his claim that he would create 12 million jobs in 4 years if elected president.
"That's what happens in a normal process -- when you come out of a kind of recession we've had, you should see this kind of job creation," he said on "State of the Union." "We should be seeing 2-3-400,000 jobs per month to regain much of what's been lost. That's what normally happens after a recession. But under this president, we have not seen that kind of pattern."
He claimed President Obama wants to give more money to government.