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For more on the president's kill list tonight's Texas primary and other critical developments today.
-- -- Barbara -- post of special report on the Fox News Channel -- great to have you with us.
I live your reaction to this story that New York Times story.
On the kill list as shocking as one -- that it first this morning in the New York track.
Was a massive story very long and it was quoted.
The national security advisor on the record about this this is a full briefing for New York Times reporters.
About this and obviously.
-- many people look at this as a painting a picture of a president who is a tough guy when it comes to fighting terrorists.
And that is something the Obama campaign has been trying to paint.
For several weeks the fact that this came out now is interest in politically.
It's also interest -- to put it in the context of what if this story had been -- -- about the Bush Administration.
President Bush choosing targets and Vice President Cheney being involved I think you would have a much different reaction.
In the -- to this story are.
And indeed and is as we look at this.
Her trail real President Obama -- president at war making the decisions as commander in chief.
It is almost as if the entire Joint Chiefs of Staff that military intelligence state the central intelligence agencies themselves.
-- just a subsidiary role.
Is that possibly a liability for the present.
Why I've heard many analysts talk about the image of president Lyndon Johnson choosing targets in the Vietnam War and how that all played out.
And not well so if that it connotation comes with -- this President Obama choosing targets based on.
Pictures of who might be collateral damage with families whether it's worth it.
There there is some push back about that and whether that's a good idea this article goes into detail about how that list that he eventually -- has been vetted by.
But many many people in the intelligence agency by the time -- -- -- him but still it's a pretty direct role for present today.
And governor Romney.
Holding in the mid forties.
He is holding steady against this president.
In many polls within the margin of error but should he be delighted after all -- gone through it to be where he is right now.
Well tonight he'll -- the nomination in the Texas primary 11144.
And after a bruising primary had to be worry is especially in those Staples that.
Battleground states as you know.
Are really the key.
And he's doing pretty well in a number of states in fact a number of them have shifted in recent weeks including Iowa North Carolina Wisconsin seems to be closing.
So there there are good signs for the Romney campaign but it's still -- uphill battle whenever battling an incumbent president.
Right -- -- always thank you good to have you with us.
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