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It's let's get to the Obama campaign spokesman -- -- -- now is live with us here and spend on the top for good afternoon -- -- And the daily caller the conservative website from Tucker Carlson says Hillary Clinton's -- the president from been -- attack this was a political move right.
President Obama takes responsibility for the safety and security at all of them have ever -- Secretary Clinton of course has a great about this.
Very neat and she doing interviews yesterday it's been -- -- -- at the port -- that.
Right we do around this and the State Department does own decisions around funding.
Or did you.
-- it's been very straight up the region I have -- to suggest that that was not a coordinated roll out of that event prior to.
This debate today would that be a little bit disingenuous.
Look -- -- -- genuine that he just said that in at that lets it move it feels.
Stay -- -- foreign trip she often does interviews she's exactly what the vice -- up last week which is you know he wasn't aware of they request -- -- the president.
It's pretty common knowledge that these decisions are made at the State Department.
That doesn't change the fact that the president takes absolute responsibility for the safety and secure the security of diplomats serving abroad and that's why he wants to get to the bottom of this more than anybody.
All right tonight's debate analysts on both sides of the aisle have said that this sort of town hall debate the debate number two sometimes it can be like a band -- -- wound.
But rarely can it be like a steroid injection.
I'm not -- -- to follow that analogy but I will say.
The president is looking forward to the format the opportunity answer questions from people on the kind of home -- for him isn't it this walk around relate style thing not so much for governor Romney are well.
I will say governor Romney is that about a hundred of these town halls of the last here.
He has -- -- a salesman a polite when he was at -- when he is doing his town halls and he knows what to say -- what people want to hear.
President's going to be it.
Firm but but you know pretty forceful and not making sure he lays out what's what's true and what's not true about what governor Romney saying this evening.
In the way of preparation.
What is specifically -- biggest difference between the way he prepared for the previous debate in this debate.
Well the big difference -- he has one under his belt.
He was able to see -- -- -- like to be on that -- see what it was like to debate with.
Mitt Romney he knows what kind of Mitt Romney is coming to the stage this evening -- or what to expect.
And he's fully prepared.
Pointing out when Mitt Romney isn't being honest with the facts and we know that's what happened two weeks ago.
What can give Democrats had complained that the president at least from their assessment did not.
Point out when the Wendy's is to challenger was off off the facts and it was their suggestion that that happened because he -- ready for that debate is that a fair assessment.
Well let that the president is on -- discredit and he's looked back at the debate he knows that he can do better.
He's really energized and excited about the opportunity in any -- American people should expect to see -- More passionate President Obama laying out the case for why is better for the middle class.
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