The Democratic candidate for governor in the state -- Frank Caprio -- learned Sunday night that President Obama won't be endorsing him. And in a radio interview Monday morning on WPRO in Providence, Caprio blasted the president, saying: "I didn't ask for President Obama's endorsement. You know, he could take his endorsement and really shove it as far as I'm concerned." NPR's Robert Siegel talks to John Mulligan, Washington bureau chief of the Providence Journal, about the too-close-to-call Rhode Island governor's race.
Rhode Island Democrat: Obama Can 'Shove It'
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