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On Wednesday evening, Piers Morgan sat down with "New York Times" columnist Nicholas Kristof who gave his feedback on Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's address to the U.N. General Assembly. "I think that he has been under pressure at home, frankly, for this wackiness. A lot of Iranians are just embarrassed," surmised Kristof regarding Ahmadinejad's unusually "more reasonable" speech as described by Morgan.
"And he's almost out of time," continued Kristof. "He'll be out of office in a year from now. He's also - he's losing power within the country. So I think he's a declining force."
Author and statistician Nate Silver also joined the program to give his predictions for the Nov. 6 election. "We have [Barack] Obama right now as about an 80 percent favorite," said Silver.
"But that number's been going - been going up. We actually had it first - it's beginning to peak after the conventions but since [Mitt] Romney's 47 percent comments, Obama has gotten a kind of second wind, where it's ordinarily appeared with it, having a convention bounce, you'd see his numbers start to decline instead."
Watch the clips, and listen to the interviews, as Silver explains why Romney maybe be "running out of time" in this presidential race.
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