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They feel confident and got Bruce Springsteen behind me here he just started his set.
I just had made some nice remarks about people still suffering from -- sandy.
So we can't forget that even at this campaign goes on to -- 191000 people up behind me waiting for the president.
-- Bruce Springsteen's started things off with a song no surrender and that may be how -- feeling there's a lot on the line.
For the president now he's gonna find out whether or not he wins gets another four years whether or not things like his signature Health Care Reform will live more -- based on this election I can tell you that last night the president had Stevie Wonder yet another musician.
Singing for him.
In Ohio the president did some dance moves suggest he's competent -- -- -- of his top advisors they say in private they think this could be a blow out their feeling confident they think that a lot of these battlegrounds are gonna go to the president's way in the final hours in his final days is all about -- saying you can trust him and you can't trust.
Mitt Romney to -- -- seasons.
You know but it.
A part of a presidential -- about policy.
And part of it is about trust.
You're you're you know you've got -- have a sense.
Of whether or not the person that means what they say and they won't leave me.
Now obviously the pushed back from the Romney campaign has been if it's going to be about trust there's still lingering questions about that terror attack.
It would -- what the administration knew what they did about it in the initial hours also lingering questions about the economy is over the -- -- promises the president made four years ago and where we are now all of that on the line here.
It's nice that you were arranged to have been the music in the background as well I know he's there -- -- for the president but it had if it works with your your reporting I can.
Bruce Springsteen isn't the only why you're gonna be -- daisy later on today and he had to start the day -- And -- -- Bill Clinton at a Pennsylvania.
So how big of a factor are all of these appearances in the final hours.
Well look -- -- the ultimate rock star Bill Clinton perhaps for Democrats in terms of trying to turn out the vote and that's really the point -- trying to bring out these celebrities Republicans have sort of -- some of these events by saying the president doesn't have the same start -- that 2008.
To draw big crowds -- he needs to bring out these celebrities Bill Clinton was with him in New Hampshire yesterday he's been one of the president's most forceful advocates yesterday attacking Mitt Romney with lines like this stimulus.
He's got himself in -- in knots trying to say he didn't oppose what he clearly opposed.
That I expected today he'll be offered a job as the chief contortions -- that sort of -- But they are putting Bill Clinton out there today for four stops in Pennsylvania even though Democrats have mocked the idea that Mitt Romney has -- chance there.
Where there's one electoral votes putting Bill Clinton there Jose maybe a little bit more north of Atlanta on.
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