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President Clinton tonight in Charlotte.
My guess is we'll get a great rendition of how good things were in the 1990s.
But we're not gonna hear much about how things have been the last four years.
Vice presidential nominee Paul -- launching a pre emptive strike I suppose ahead of the president president Clinton's speech to the Democratic Convention later tonight joining us now live from Charlotte to talk about -- highly anticipated address by the former president.
Is a man who have served in the Oval Office Lanny Davis former special counsel to President Clinton.
Fox News contributor -- good to see ya wanna say to everyone.
Before we even started it your -- and I start arguing and yelling at each other and writing our fingers.
Don't don't Vietnam plus store offset heard this competent and anyway that -- what Lanny and I do over the years it's good to see you.
This -- and we won't do that tonight.
I'll tell but I won't take my -- my freedom and run.
Let me let me say that's -- this is just asked for what -- -- as striking moment to think about bill class.
Who is I said earlier in the broadcast is -- best extemporaneous speaker I've ever.
Ever hurt as you know that -- -- extender was policies.
Most of them.
But the fact of the matter is to be there is that championed the advocate the savior.
President Obama are you kidding me.
You know is no doubt no hiding the fact that there was some pretty pretty bad blood.
In 2008 you can include me on this side anger towards then Senator Obama and some of the things said about under Clinton and president.
But but campaign we're pretty tough on Obama to.
I think that bill clintons always been able to.
And talk about issues that why he was so gracious about Mitt Romney -- when he described him as -- admirable person good businessman and probably was off message when he said he did a good job -- -- Capital -- indeed personalize.
Their differences and still say he thinks that the ideas are wrong but demanded.
That man and that's what you'll hear night.
One of the things you and I will agree about is that it.
President Clinton -- -- of his policies -- is ideology.
Is a man of intellectual integrity and I.
I struggled to square that up with a man is going to be defending the president.
-- run four plus years of trillion dollar plus deficits.
Who has amassed the greatest debt -- in his time in office or any president by.
High school I mean I just can't even imagine this and -- compare the times raising taxes now vs raising taxes in the ninety's.
When he was back.
-- President Clinton.
State budget that balanced budgets this we are awash.
In and phony baloney money.
Well first of all -- I understand there's some negative issues here the -- not better off now than it was four years ago and to try to argue otherwise -- -- make -- -- -- President Clinton will vote for Barack Obama with intellectual honesty based on these issues.
He agrees that Barack Obama's ideas.
On national healthcare.
Definitely not cutting taxes.
At a time like this on the wealthy and trying to do something.
About committee education and infrastructure problems in this country that can only be done through governmental activity.
He's a Democrat who believes in government but he believes in smaller government leaner government.
And that what you'll hear him say.
And welfare reform.
We've listened to the specious nonsense out of -- the White House and HHS on the work requirement.
That they have pushed forward as that this 20% to increase could be somehow a -- substitute.
For the work requirement that is in law with the passage of welfare reform.
How can this president.
President Clinton -- up with this president President Obama -- You know welfare reform and what he has done to be signature legislation arguably.
Along with the budget reconciliation act 1993.
I mean this is it looks to me like utter calamity.
Well Bill Clinton is responsible for the work requirement that ended welfare as -- it was one of the many ways that.
-- be -- traditional liberalism and still left.
I social safety net.
So I don't quite have my arms around the fact.
On this thing yet move and I should I know the Obama White House is arguing that it did not hit the -- -- -- department.
They're allowed more flexibility for the states but I don't know the facts on that -- on Friday.
-- candid with what you know and what you don't does ride on one of the reasons we're always enjoyed talking we will have a Davis thanks for negative majority making --
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