Exactly 24 hours prior to the vice presidential debate, on Wednesday "Piers Morgan Tonight" invited high-ranking members from each campaign to share their perspectives, and offer insight, into the state of the race for the White House.
Joining host Piers Morgan for a live interview, Reince Priebus pulled few punches when describing Barack Obama, and his supposed struggles in the first debate:
"This president's record is a record of making promises, and breaking promises, and that's really his problem," said the chairman of the Republican National Committee. "That's why he can't stand in front of debate moderator for 90 minutes, and make the case to the American people. That's his problem. He didn't have a bad night, he's got a bad game. He's not capable of bringing a game, if you don't have a good game to bring."
Moments later, Morgan then welcomed Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who was equally critical of the incumbent's Republican challenger:
"This isn't Etch A Sketch, this isn't an evolution, this is simply Mitt Romney being utterly deceptive, and trying to hide the ball," said the chairwoman of the Democratic National Convention. "Mitt Romney has campaigned as a severely conservative candidate for president, now because he knows that those policies were headed towards making sure that he wouldn't have a chance of being elected, he's trying to hide who he really is, and what he really stands for, and we're not going to let him get away with it."
Watch the clip, and listen to the interviews, as Wasserman Schultz and Priebus each make their most compelling cases in support of their respective candidates.
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