WASHINGTON — The $700 billion already allocated to the Troubled Asset Relief Program is unlikely to be sufficient to accomplish all of its goals, President Obama said Tuesday in a speech to both chambers of Congress.

Mr. Obama used a large chunk of his speech – his first unofficial state of the union address – to outline what his administration will do to thaw the credit markets, but acknowledged more resources may be necessary.

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