Obama says troubled by comments of top Republicans

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* Criticizes Republican leaders Boehner and McConnell * Urges fresh bipartisan spirit after midterm ballot By Alister Bull WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama Saturday chided the two top Republicans in Congress, challenging his rivals to make a fresh start and build a bipartisan effort to boost U.S. growth after next week's election. Speaking three days before a midterm congressional election in which his Democrats are expected to suffer heavy losses, Obama said lawmakers ...

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