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Well I think you're gonna find throughout this campaign season.
I that the president's team will be doing everything in their -- and their power to try and hold up -- shiny objects.
Many of them will be with regards to -- some woman with regards the president's policies are or promises of some new major giveaway.
That was presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney.
On with my friend Neil Cavuto on Your World w/ Neil Cavuto yesterday.
Saying that he was talking specifically in this case about -- Washington Post story.
That did you said that he cut off that fellow students -- to crane -- school in Michigan and 45 years ago.
-- saying this is all just part of a democratic plan to keep him off the economy.
And this is power play welcome back.
Welcome back to -- -- now and now welcome -- and her maiden voyage on the big show Julian Glover she is one of the founders of the Ashcroft group.
-- you have advised you to date a litany and list of big shot Republicans.
From Bush's two Giuliani's to all sorts of folks welcome.
Think you should be okay well we'll see if that's true.
We'll give you will we -- -- couple minutes to reconsider.
So the question is -- that the task for Mitt Romney as he sees it very clearly.
Is to not be talking about things that -- the economy.
And win the issue of -- this was in the news this week he was not it was like you could see any of the flight in his eyes he did not want to be having the discussion.
He wants to talk about jobs jobs jobs jobs jobs.
How successful can he be in doing that wind issues like gay marriage are such they're like draw the media like moths to a -- Chris and I think that's -- a two pronged argument that he's making but he's not being very explicit the second part.
Of course he wants to talk about jobs and the economy because Obama has really let the American people down on that point and a second plane with regard to.
I'm conservative issues specifically.
-- it this time it looks like brownies gonna do his best -- -- focus even conservatives in the party on the economic issues because they just are not as.
Believe -- of his positions and what he says about social issues even on gay marriage.
Although they think that he would be better than Obama they're not entirely sure that there and he's their best man in this fight so he really is it's it's it's a little bit of a double entendre when he says he doesn't want to talk about.
Anything that the economy because so many social issues he's not going to be -- say anything to make conservatives happy.
Right so -- so you think this episode so there's two reasons but you're way thinking that he doesn't want to talk about social issues one because it distracts but to.
Because it antagonize is his base.
It makes it so that they time.
It -- some of an area which are critical because it's not -- -- -- necessarily best interest it's very about it now.
Doesn't the president though Doug helped Romney and with that very complications.
By staking out more liberal positions on social issues.
Visa V -- gay marriage they're for Romney it's like.
And you've heard Bob Vander class and other very prominent social conservatives say this against -- because it means that these social conservatives are gonna -- -- I agree with the second part of what you -- that I think he saw during the nomination are that primary that.
When Romney was in trouble is with -- Santorum and when that when there is a discussion over social issues.
-- he was not on he wasn't on his best -- there I think that largely ego that you know that that Rami.
You may -- -- Just focus in on the economy but I think one of the best things about presidential campaigns is they're very good preparation to be president.
And you never know when you have to deal with pirates -- you never know when you're gonna have to deal with an earthquake in Japan.
You know a lot of things happen in campaigns that are unpredictable.
And I think.
That with the best test for someone to be in the White House is to make it through.
A very kind of unpredictable.
Pour pour it is they -- -- -- plentiful -- presidential process because it shows the American people you can manage.
Crisis that you can do more things that you you can juggle you know problems and it's clearly the economy's going to be the most important thing on voters' minds but they also noticed the other things they want -- -- They want a well rounded candidate now -- should have Romney be doing something different as it relates to these noneconomic issue should he be.
Should he have a different.
Approach I think he did a very good job this week about last week he didn't exceptionally good job also but when you know that.
His criticisms of the Obama administration's handling of ten.
In doing that -- -- that -- Chinese anti abortion forced abortion business assets and got -- -- -- because he was persecuted because of -- pro life beliefs.
When he speaks out defensive -- and it criticizing administration for the way they handle that.
He really makes social conservatives and religious conservatives take very -- attention to him.
This is a couple little chat here.
One chatter here -- lost the name but said death.
That did well the media was making it easier and easier for him to like Mitt Romney.
And that's the -- Heather snow.
Of documents were gay marriage is a fundraising gimmick and it worked.
I see the 2010 nothing frustrates me more than -- commentator spewing out numbers that are not reflected in my family neighborhood and friends.
What tax cut and four million jobs is this -- talking about I think that is referring to you'd yeah.
And that's the that's you know to me earlier earlier in payroll tax -- -- right and several tax cuts right.
Yes -- excess payroll tax cuts.
And frank and -- -- as.
I'm in North Carolina our unemployment is still in the -- nice if the president thinks that he can run on the economy I would welcome.
That -- okay last words folks and doubles are a few.
For them for the president.
Is it true that any day not talking about the economy than national that dialogue is not about the kind of this with the Republicans -- that if we're not talking about the company's good for the president agreed this I think.
Having a discussion about the economy and that the end where the president wants to take the country vs.
You know Mitt Romney's plan which is endorsing -- Ryan budget you know she basically turning Medicare into our program that's fine -- about their possession.
Okay and now it's good it's because that's.
OK there you have Julia thanks for joining us very much thank you wolf it's thanks to Megyn Kelly thanks everybody we've got to run away but now as we'd like to do every day we want to leave you with the word from our -- -- But he has a list of them which are going to be the target of 32 -- food stamps and -- to people who were relief on mortgages.
Whereas the Democrats are proposing tax hikes I think there -- -- are trying to act responsibly but there's a limit -- responsibly going to be.
If the other side is gonna place.