Romney Relishes in His 'Spirited' Debate Performance

David Muir analyzes how Mitt Romney's moderated his debate answers.
3:00 | 10/04/12

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What about governor Romney and his -- ABC's David -- traveling with the governor of Virginia Davis. Diane great to see you from Virginia -- -- expected to appear here just moments from now -- beside him Paul Ryan. Taking a break from his old debate about to celebrate -- debate last night and tonight new questions about whether or not Bobby is now trying to modifying his message a bit with that much larger audience. Darted onto a different Denver staged debate Mitt Romney is -- leading the applause reveling in their father's debate performance. At last or given a choice just how -- -- -- get it had last night. By aggressively taking on the president part of Romney's strategy going into the debate moments like this -- as the two debated the debt that bipartisan plan Simpson bulls that got nowhere and. Washington but in my view the president should -- grabbed it. If you want to make some adjustments to -- it -- go to congress fight for. That's what -- don't make some adjustments to it were putting in for before congress right now four trillion dollar plan to the president -- -- But on that stage in front of a much broader audience than usual -- doing something else last night appearing more moderate -- the red meat offered up on the campaign trail during the primaries. I'm cutting taxes even for the rich the tone different. During the primary. I said today we're gonna cut taxes on everyone across the country by 20% including the top 1% last night. I will not reduce the share paid by high income individuals. I know that you and your running -- keep saying that I know it's a popular thing to -- with a lot of people. But it's just not the case but on those regulations Dodd-Frank the new rules on the big banks meant to prevent another financial collapse. Romney often simply says I got other things to do we gotta repeal sarbanes Oxley with gotta repeal Dodd-Frank but last night you have to have regulation and -- some parts -- Dodd-Frank. That the make all the sense in the world. The president's health care law Romney usually simply says this if your priority is jobs -- got to get rid of obamacare and I well. But last night when asked what he would replace it with in fact I do have a plan that deals with people with preexisting conditions that's part of my health care plan. Now we have asked the -- campaign repeatedly under -- to be a federal law protecting people who don't have jobs. But pre existing conditions allowing him to get insurance have been told that there would be no federal law it would be turned over the states. And Diana also point out that we hired a lip reader overnight take a look at that moment on the state president -- bombing bombing tactic -- -- this tonight. President Obama walking the -- saying good job good job Robbie saying thank you thank you. The president and saying good good we'll do more events it would seem to appear that one of those men knew who won last night -- -- K David error reporting and.

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