WASHINGTON, March 26 (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama has been frustrated with the auto industry for some time and believes industry executives have made bad business decisions over a period of several years, a spokesman said on Thursday. "I think there's a frustration on the part of this president and on the part of many Americans that we didn't just get into this situation because of the global economic slowdown," spokesman Robert Gibbs told a briefing. "I think the president ...
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