Obama enlists Marchionne in anti-Romney campaign

Denies Republican's claim Jeep moving workers to China

Obama enlists Marchionne in anti-Romney campaign

Washington, November 2 - Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne has lent his image to a video produced by the campaign staff of incumbent US President Barack Obama to question the moral integrity of his Republican rival Mitt Romney in the run-up to presidential elections on November 6 by suggesting he is dishonest. 'Romney Style: How to Destroy Your Campaign's Credibility in Five Easy Steps' uses a photograph of the Italian manager and excerpts from an email message he sent to Chrysler employees to deny multiple claims by Romney that the company planned to move some of the production of its popular Jeep brand from Ohio to China. ''Jeep production will not be moved from the United States to China,'' wrote Marchionne in the email. ''It is inaccurate to suggest anything different''. The claims aimed to discredit measures taken by the Obama administration to rescue the struggling American auto industry and included reference to Chrysler as a company ''sold to the Italians''.

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