Obama: 'We got a chance to win the World Cup'
[VIDEO PICK: World Cup 2014] After arriving in Minneapolis for a town hall meeting, President Barack Obama started off his speech by
congratulating the USA for advancing to the knockout stages of the World Cup.
Obama was promoting better childcare policies, a higher minimum wage, and equal pay for men and women -- but
first he had this to say about the USA's performance at the World Cup:
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