David, what about the preparation for tonight? Reporter: Hey, diane, great to see you. Headed over to the debate hall a short time ago with a key romney adviser sitting in all the prep and told me the... See More
David, what about the preparation for tonight? Reporter: Hey, diane, great to see you. Headed over to the debate hall a short time ago with a key romney adviser sitting in all the prep and told me the biggest test of the night for governor romney is meeting the command in chief stleshhold and try to do that in front of millions trying to do it on the stage. Look over my shoulder. A lot different than last week's debate sitting at that table which, by the way, is the same table the vice presidential candidates, the same desk they sat at just a couple of weeks back. Take a look at this picture that was tweeted out today by mitt romney's body man as they call him, travels with him everywhere. He said "the stage is set for tonight's debate. The governor sits at the desk. "They won't be toe to toe, dancing around each other and, in fact, you could expect the governor to expect the call that took out bin laden was the right daal but jabs tonight and one final thought he'll try to draw distinctions when it comes to foreign policy but I got to tell you after sitting down with the governor several times on the campaign trail that will be tricky because often what he has said about iran, about afghanistan, would seem to mirror the obama administration. We'll look for those in the hall tonight. David, thank you.
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