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We -- less than two months away from the presidential election and our next broadcaster has covered every race since 1964.
How does this -- stack up he is TV and radio legend ended -- stock comes spokesman about which more to come.
Larry King mr.
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By the way we're talking about getting goal -- how we were -- hope for getting -- not not much good about it is there.
No that my mightily friend -- Hebert who's a wonderful restaurant from Washington.
At stake there are no golden years.
That's tough box right right it did -- -- night.
The only thing good about aging is you're still around.
Our analysts still around while you were around for a lot of conventions before this when doors we have this Middle East news now that is creeping up we thought it was -- -- be all about the economy is it conceivable that the Middle East could come and play.
Maybe even is bigger role in this election as it did in 1980 with the Iranian hostages -- I've learned David in all the measures the one thing we know.
We don't know it could don't know what.
When they go into that Booth that's that very special time in America when they pull -- plug Tip O'Neill said all politics is local.
If that's true the Middle East will be incidental it was important in 1980 because we -- hostages.
And Jimmy Carter was court in the trap and we had a -- -- -- white course Reagan there's no Reagan in this race.
There's no Carter in this race.
So all races are different this going to be close will the mideast played a part.
Who knows let's see how this develops.
Let's not jump the gun that we do that too much too we jumped the gun.
Were you surprised at at the way in which.
The president is has been able to hold onto his numbers despite the economy being as bad as it is well listen there's something to be said -- about electability.
Yeah and people like them.
Now futile liked.
You've got to step ahead does mean you gonna win.
But they give you an edge so I think that it should normally in this kind of economy he should be behind.
So that they're getting -- -- -- we don't really know -- might be able stiff he's not the greatest campaign of the level of the debates will be very important.
But Obama is light so that gives them -- point up.
-- so you maybe they wanna give them a second chance.
Maybe that's true his best thing go -- for him is Bill Clinton.
-- -- ring no politician in all my years of covering politics.
-- -- president's.
You never met anyone like those even Ronald Reagan -- -- -- like Ronald I just I was just watching the interview you did with Reagan after his assess.
Who could go through an assassination attempt come out to be interviewed by Larry King be so affable well -- -- -- -- spite of -- first question as what's it like to be shot.
He said he -- -- we were shocked.
-- I loved Reagan was a great guy but Clinton.
Had a magic has some magic for -- he had in tremendous knowledge of the world and a great way to express himself.
And you could feel it you've put up -- this about Clinton.
You could be his political opponent not like him put him in a room for five minutes.
You'll like well even even Mondale when he was debating whether and when -- would bring him -- -- dad -- I'm not gonna hold your your inexperience staged against you.
Mondale had to laugh you know -- -- There Ronald Reagan's.
Yes and Clinton -- -- running but -- plan were running he'd win this we have an awful economy we just heard how awful was from Ben Bernanke today it's much -- -- a lot of people thought it was.
In those kind of circumstances doesn't being a fixer.
Of an economy trump being a likable guy.
If we can he's got to be specific about how he's gonna fix it.
So far we have and -- specifics.
What are gonna do you gonna all right we're gonna cut -- programs before the measurement cut.
There's -- -- says some that a cut.
Aid to dependent children a -- a lot of people angry so we got to know more specifics yes in this kind of economy is should be different why isn't different.
-- -- As all pundits we don't know and I got to ask you about Clint Eastwood might -- my idols from Hollywood I love cloud ready do I think he made a mistake.
I think the mistake was the reference to you can't do that -- -- self.
That doesn't play -- the -- and played in that house.
I don't think -- -- well across the country but -- but I love them he has an iconic guy and -- -- -- chronic we're going to see is baseball movie you know.
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You can invest in the stock I'm happy to represented their wonderful organization whenever we hear more about Larry King I'm happy blurred through grandparent I I actually am a misstep -- impaired yes sure does not going to step as the same -- same thing Larry thank you so -- they.
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