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Our senior Romney campaign advisor our governor John Sununu joins us also White House chief of staff for president George H.
Good to see a governor -- or there you are you got the wrong idea is an -- like a done deal.
This and I think in the debate last week both President Obama and Mitt Romney took that advice people -- Mitt Romney being Mitt Romney and they saw the president struggling.
As President Obama so it's good advice that.
That's if that that's a strange things coming off -- worst defeat in presidential debating history he starts offering advice student to his vice president.
Well remember he thought for the first day that he had won so.
-- -- self delusion last a long time how important are an important how how important is this debate tonight you know I I remembered to the the device presidential debates that I recall with it was some enthusiasm.
We're terrific to watch.
Have -- sparkling moments but didn't amount to a doggone thing coming -- -- But look -- every every piece of a campaign is important -- and and so.
This is another milestone in the campaign.
I think the format.
Might make it a little interesting.
I -- -- understand this probably going to be a mix of foreign policy and domestic policy.
And I think of the foreign policy goes and addresses.
You know some of the current issues certainly the the fiasco.
-- did terrible tragedy in Libya has got to be a part of the discussion.
And and maybe they'll even get into talking about why the administration.
Is trying to suggest that it ought not to be -- I cannot imagine.
What the administration is trying to do is Stephanie Cutter going out there -- that and saying if -- still astounded that we're talking about.
The tragic loss of an ambassador well.
Ended extends to as -- as the at the outset of this broadcast -- there are two questions over that.
Frankly over overarching the entire day's developments and news politics and and the economy.
The one question remains and will persist until it's answered.
Is who's responsible for denying adequate security.
To the US consulate -- been Ghazi.
-- and in an effort to prevent the murders of any American -- our ambassador and three other Americans murdered.
And why is this administration reluctant to be forthcoming.
With all of the information necessary to get.
To those answers.
Well Lou that there's a reason behind all this in my opinion and that's because the administration way has for the last.
Months have of the campaign been tried to tell America that there is no more.
Power and strength in terrorism that -- taking care of everything.
And and certainly the travesty of what happened in Libya and across North Africa is putting a -- -- to that.
And the and as as some folks have been saying President Obama caught does the emperor without -- close.
This is a travesty to not have security.
-- probably the most dangerous political post assignment that any embassy staff and -- -- that I have and and that's the kind of thing that can only be the result of the top not paying attention.
Let me ask you this way.
Congressman -- well known and I.
Expert with Wright's previous about this thing that the head of the Republican National Committee.
Governor Ryan has great enthusiasm green energy.
And and affection even for them all matters were pertaining to the budget deficits in the national debt.
And I he has to go well beyond that tonight.
Don't you -- to be effective -- to win this debate.
I think when he asked to -- those two things -- -- to address.
When he's asked specific questions sharp clean specific cancers but he's also got to make sure that.
That Joseph Biden and President Obama continue to own the last four years you know they've tried.
-- -- this is a very why the administration of blame -- -- other administration.
And he can't let Joseph Biden do what the president always does trying -- and all the problems the country has today.
On the past we have terrible unemployment it's Obama's fault.
-- Johnson and a good to have you here.
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