Obama Takes Vacation, Perry Shakes GOP Race

President Obama and his daughter Malia ride bicycles along a path on Martha's Vineyard, Mass., in August 2010. Obama is returning to the island for his vacation this summer. i

President Obama and his daughter Malia ride bicycles along a path on Martha's Vineyard, Mass., in August 2010. Obama is returning to the island for his vacation this summer. Steven Senne/AP hide caption

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President Obama and his daughter Malia ride bicycles along a path on Martha's Vineyard, Mass., in August 2010. Obama is returning to the island for his vacation this summer.

President Obama and his daughter Malia ride bicycles along a path on Martha's Vineyard, Mass., in August 2010. Obama is returning to the island for his vacation this summer.

Steven Senne/AP

Republicans are slamming President Obama for going on a 10-day vacation amid tough economic times. Obama said he'll propose a jobs program upon returning to Washington. And Texas Gov. Rick Perry is changing the dynamics of the GOP presidential race. Guest host Tony Cox talks politics with US News & World Report's Mary Kate Cary and The Washington Post's Jonathan Capehart.

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