Tonight, here are some key decisions made moments ago. A coin toss between the campaigns determining that president obama will be introduced first and will have the first question. Governor romney... See More
Tonight, here are some key decisions made moments ago. A coin toss between the campaigns determining that president obama will be introduced first and will have the first question. Governor romney will get the final argument. There was a toss which of the wives would be introduced first. I want to show the debate stage. Both podiums. Both candidates will stand with one another. That's why the romney team is concentrating on the answers and the body language. Where was he earlier today? At chipotle. He's with rob port nman. If you were inside that debate prep room, what would you tell the governor? Be honest. Be straightforward. Reporter: What do you tell him in the debate room? I say show him who you are. There's been bad press because of his comments about the 47% of the 49%t he doesn't care about. He does care about everyone. I would say use all the facts that you can and speak from the heart. Reporter: She said show some heart on this stage. I did talk with a campaign adviser today. He said there's no question that the 47% will come up on the debate stage. They've been training the governor on that. Whether it is from the moderator or an answer from president obama. One other thing I heard today is that governor romney does not have to win a charm offensive. He has to prove he can relate to average american problems. A lot at stake here tomorrow night. Love the citizen debate coaches, david. You and jake and george stephanopoulos, the entire political team will be covering it all tomorrow night. Join us wednesday night, one on one, the candidates debate. 9:00 p.M. Eastern, 6:00 pacific.
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