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Our top -- the bottom of the hour both President Obama and GOP vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan campaigned in Iowa today.
For Ryan it was his first solo gig since being given the number two spot on the ticket.
Chief Washington correspondent James Rosen shows us Ryan's coming out party to the party faithful.
You have a small business you did build that.
You did build that.
You'd did build that small business.
In his first three days as governor Romney's running -- congressman Paul Ryan has to certainly warmed to his new role a strange hybrid of resident expert on fiscal policy and the Romney Ryan tickets chief attack dog and -- spit it out it's dirty -- get a little.
About mousetrap both were in evidence during runs -- and solo flight at the Iowa state fair in the morning.
-- -- -- boisterous crowd of several thousand fair goers run -- has -- up to delve -- -- data points on which he made his -- that Canadians just lowered their tax -- all of their businesses in January to 15%.
As he was to serve up to the -- the red -- -- so clearly -- My guess there is.
The reason President Obama.
Is it making yet to hear from -- a blast because he only knows left turns.
The bit stiff in his debut port side of USS Wisconsin in Norfolk on Saturday Ryan has since grown increasingly bolder in his attacks suggesting in his appearance with -- Romney at NASCAR tech in North Carolina on Sunday the President Obama lacks the moral compass.
And faulting his administration for being pulled.
Bloated wasteful and corrupt.
Although some conservatives are still grumbling that they would have preferred to see Florida senator Marco Rubio on the ticket Bryant's crowds have been huge.
In the professional right by and large has welcomed his selection enthusiastically.
And the thing that always struck me and strikes me about Reagan when I watch those speeches is how just naturally sunny and affable and optimistic he has.
Paul Ryan -- that way too.
From here Ryan heads to Denver and then Las Vegas his press operation now is being overseen by the former communications director for house speaker John Boehner and it shows.
Today Ryan began using a line that Boehner made famous over the past two years namely where are the jobs Mr.
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