* Seeks to boost confidence in handling of economy * Speaks at General Motors and Chrysler plants By Caren Bohan DETROIT, July 30 (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama on Friday defended his decision to bail out General Motors and Chrysler, saying he had proven the naysayers wrong as he touted his economic policies ahead of the November congressional elections. On a visit to automakers' plants in recession-battered Michigan, Obama sought to boost confidence in his handling of the ...
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