Mitt Romney, the presumed Republican presidential nominee, told a Youngstown Vindicator reporter that he has a "jobs agenda" -- not a partisan one.
"I ask my liberal friends: What's the president done to help the economy?" Romney said during a one-on-one interview with Vindicator political reporter David Skolnick. "They can't think of anything."
Skolnick talked to Romney in Brunswick, where he hosted a Father's Day pancake breakfast Sunday morning as part of a bus tour through Ohio and several other states.
The Beacon Journal covered the Brunswick event, but, didn't get face time with Romney. An interview has been requested.