Washington - President Obama used his 20th job summit as a chance to network with some important CEOs.
"It doesn't look like I will have a job after the election of 2012, so I used my position as president to invites some very important CEOs to the White House. I asked for their advice on my resume, and if I should maybe return to the world of academia after the 2012 election." Obama told reporters gathered outside the White House.
Obama also used the summit as a chance to maybe sway some voters who think he isn't doing enough for the economy.
"How many job summits do I have to have to show American voters that I am serious about creating jobs. I know I could have stood up to the people the destroyed the economy, but would have been a career killer for me, because those rich people fund my campaigns." Obama added.
Obama did feel that the job summit was a success and promised to take the CEOs golfing as soon as the weather warms up in Washington.