President Barack Obama argues that Republican Mitt Romney’s tax-cut proposals don’t add up, saying they rely on unproven assumptions to show they wouldn’t add to the federal deficit.

A similar complaint could be made against Obama on Medicare, the federal health-insurance plan for the elderly and disabled, which he has said is a key driver of the deficit.

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