President Obama returned to the campaign trail on Thursday from a three-day hiatus to direct the government’s response to Hurricane Sandy and earned the endorsement of New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, an independent former Republican whose background more closely resembles that of GOP challenger Mitt Romney. Five days from the election, Obama began closing remarks in his case for a second term in Wisconsin, where he directed his words at disenchanted voters whose high expectations he has not met.
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