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You'll -- and and you look at -- -- talking this second debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney it will take place tomorrow -- at Hofstra University that's -- Long Island New York certainly looking forward to that.
The president never faced some criticism after the first debate for what many said.
Was a poor performance and Halloween that showdown Mitt Romney certainly saw a surge in the polls as we're seeing right now -- -- talk show circuit was filled with.
A lot of talk about S and both campaigns are now out in full force.
Talking about the strategy -- I had of tomorrow's debate the Obama campaign previewing what will be a quote more aggressive approach listen here.
I think the president then nobody's harsher critic -- the president is of himself and he viewed the tape I think he's gonna make.
Some adjustments on Tuesday and you know I'm not gonna get into detail about strategic.
Changes that he might make but I just encourage you to watch and show up I think it'll be an interesting debate I think he's going to be aggressive in making the case for for his view of where we should go as a country and a country that's built.
Around -- a growing thriving middle class not this top down theory that governor Romney has.
Ohio senator Rob Portman who is -- President Obama in the debate preparations for Mitt Romney is also talking this morning Portman says that he expects the president to take a tougher approach tomorrow.
I think president Obama's gonna come out -- and I think it's gonna have to compensate for a poor first debate.
And I think that'll be consistent with what they've been doing this whole campaign Jake which is running a highly negative ad campaign now they spent.
Hundreds of millions of dollars -- -- country including a lot in Ohio mischaracterize things.
Governor Romney's physicians and misrepresenting him and I think you'll see that again at the debate on Tuesday night.
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