U.S. President Barack Obama will speak in New Hampshire on Tuesday at 12 p.m. on the American Jobs Act, after the congressional super committee failed to reach a deal to cut $1.2 trillion from the deficit over 10 years.

The President said Monday evening after Congress announced it didn't reach a bipartisan deal, that he will "veto any effort to get rid of automatic spending cuts" given that some in Congress want to undo them, particularly with regard to defense spending.

According to a law Obama signed in the summer, automatic cuts of $1.2 trillion were to take place in 2013 if Congress could not reach an agreement on the deficit.

"My message to them is simple: No. I will veto any effort to get rid of those automatic spending cuts to domestic and defense spending. There will be no easy off ramps on this one," Obama said.

Obama said that the only way these spending cuts will not take place is if Congress gets back to work and agrees on a balanced plan to reduce the deficit by at least $1.2 trillion before it leaves next month, he added.

"One way or another, we will be trimming the deficit by a total of at least $2.2 trillion over the next 10 years. That's going to happen, one way or another," the President reiterated.

In Tuesday’s remarks in New Hampshire, Obama will urge Congress to pass tax breaks for families and small businesses, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said in a press conference Monday.

Watch Obama's remarks on the super committee Monday: