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What gives us.
As we head into -- last head to head debate tonight between the two presidential candidates the polls.
Have these candidates neck and neck real clear politics has the latest average of polls cutting and with a slight Romney lead in my next guest says Romney should gain more momentum with his win tonight on foreign policy.
Right now from Dallas Jeremiah O'Keefe.
Of -- global advisors -- from the White House advisor -- Iraq and CIA.
Contractor former buys -- there hasn't Jeremiah let's talk about this do you think that Mitt Romney can win on the issue of foreign policy how does he do that when he truly has.
No real record on foreign policy.
Hello the big picture -- -- -- -- activity that out the president has exhibited.
In -- growing the American comedy economy that has dog been -- also we're into his handling of foreign policy.
But clearly what has happened and live BO our posture in the Middle East -- Qaeda on the rise again for the last two years throughout North Africa.
All of your Ronnie an issue is is pathetic to say the least no red line drawn in the sand.
Itself there's almost an innocent a child -- view of the world that this president has.
That he simply doesn't understand just how difficult and how hard it is.
To movement maneuver in the world of -- you politics.
Woman you know -- -- the EU may actually be a topic tonight let me I'm not so sure -- you know I'm afraid that viewers are gonna have their eyes rolling in the -- there hadn't fallen asleep.
If we start talking about eurozone economies -- me think actually comes up.
What listen up I don't awful lot of -- fortune 500 CEOs here in the United States that I don't CEOs also in Europe.
All the problems that we have right now in growing the economy our bottom line psychological.
Nobody knows the tell you this and behind closed doors no one knows what this president is going to do what a second term.
So here in the United States corporate America is sitting on trillions of dollars the largest ever in the history United States because they're afraid to spend it investing.
So the problems we have there are psychological but let's look at the bigger geopolitical landscape.
-- on Friday conducted.
Its largest strategic nuclear test since the end of the Cold War.
China is maneuvering.
In the -- the South Pacific with its navy.
We're the only military and you know in the world that is not modernizing its fleet so there's.
That didn't Hinckley is okay but you can't even -- -- -- Frentzen something like Russia's gonna come up because I mean I think most of us are expecting a big debate.
On China but it's going to be on currency manipulation and that's something I'm sure governor -- is -- plus considering that it's an economic issue.
Right right no Russia has to be brought up because of our difficulties in the Middle East right now.
All of the veto powers that all the Russians are using.
In not trying to look to defeat the pursuit of nuclear weapons by Iran Russia has to be part of that picture.
Well that the ties to Syria -- well when you pick up my come up.
Listen I LII am of the firm belief that as Syria goes so will run and that we could see another green revolution.
All occurring with the merchant class of the students.
That would lead to the downfall of all of the mullahs and their pursuit for nuclear weapons.
That's where Obama as the night that he came in the play in 2009 sure we had a chance to bring down the -- lows right can you imagine where we'd be now instead of confronting and Iran well assuming nuclear weapon.
Even as of the governor Romney will be bringing up tonight it's not gonna be boring certainly you know little -- in the don't know -- term -- -- unannounced.
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