* Biden cites comeback of bailed-out GM, Chrysler * "Auto industry is rising again," vice president says * Obama administration woos blue collar voters By Alister Bull WASHINGTON, May 28 (Reuters) - Vice President Joe Biden on Saturday hailed the recovery of the U.S. auto industry, turning White House attention back to the domestic priority of job creation after a week devoted to foreign policy. Easing U.S. unemployment from painful levels of 9 percent may be vital to President ...
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