President Barack Obama is holding a press conference to wrap up a week marked with economic events and comments on Quran burning.
This will be his first full-scale question-and-answer session at the White House in nearly four months and his seventh full-scale news conference at the White House since he took office.
The last presser was back in may when the President answered questions mainly about the oil spill.
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