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Is our next guest he says that even after four years under his belt on a reelection to boot President Obama is stale and how much yeah.
And a foxnews.com article Ed Klein writes this quote.
He is a happy warrior on the campaign trial doing and saying whatever it takes to get elected but what he leaves the hustings for the Oval Office he becomes a different -- and joining us now is Ed -- he is the author of the book.
The amateur and Ed says he's still -- -- And that is there's no change whatsoever in the two weeks since Israel -- reduction don't.
I think he's.
Walking a very fine line between the -- he was before the election.
Which was definitely the aperture and -- review deep in -- Not available to other politicians.
Very self involved.
Turned inward and so forth.
To a what he's trying to do now is reach out to you -- liberal groups civic organizations.
Business groups and so what the question is has he had.
If personality transplant if you do man you go through a near death experience during the election and come out different I doubt it very.
You know -- that I don't believe that's why your article isn't taught what he is still an -- exactly -- -- put a picture up on the screen and it's a picture check this is join the campaign.
It's of the president with the young gymnast -- both got.
That is just not just sort it was last week that this is -- have to up their campaign is as ended okay.
-- both got a funny look on the faces.
This is being tweeted all over the place upon him.
Is this not the president getting to grips with his personality and throughout region looking bad.
Now I don't know it's perfect example of -- -- wonderful performer I mean the man could have been on Saturday Night Live Newton perfect -- He's wonderful when it comes to taking photographs of himself and so what the question is when he gets in the room.
With the Republicans.
And he has to make the deal.
-- that's that's that's what we're talking about business and -- how's -- gonna come across in those face to face negotiations with the Republicans to get a deal done before the end of the year on the fiscal place.
And the definition of the deal is compromise in other words the deal.
Means I give a little you give a little is the president really willing to give at all.
I don't know.
Washes it -- indeed why should he he won.
The Democrats improve that position in the senate he campaigned on the idea of taxing the rich why should he back off or compromise on these key principles when he's in a moment of -- Let me tell you what the Republican leadership is telling me I've been done doing some reporting on -- they say they think that the president is actually.
Would who like to see us go over the fiscal cliff because if we do.
But people will blame the Republicans.
And then you'll get a better deal.
After we go over the fiscal -- that's what -- leadership of the Republican Party is thinking at this point.
All politics all the time.
Just go for what you've gotten what you want.
Yes do whatever it takes it's really back give -- I mean and and if anything.
There's a good streak of Machiavellian I think in this present.
One last one.
The front cover of the economist the British magazine.
It shows -- the famous picture a President Obama holding his wife yes and the caption reads now hold back a Republican.
There a you don't think he's gonna hug and a republic is not now not happen.
I don't think so no and I think we're headed in the second term.
For very contentious.
Battle between the president and the Republican Party.
And I don't think either side is going to do very much thought a decline until become -- is again I'd be delighted that this is fast that he thought at thank you very much -- a story of.
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