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Coming up this evening at 9 p.m., "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomes a pair of former governors, who come from opposite sides of the aisle, but bring equal amounts of passion and insight.
Joining Piers Morgan from New Hampshire, former Granite State chief executive John Sununu shares his thoughts on the upcoming election, using one word in particular that is aimed directly at his fellow guest, Ed Rendell:
"This election is going to come down to what people perceive the performance of this president is. And the governor's book, provides a great, great reference," says the Mitt Romney adviser, noting Rendell's newest book title, "A Nation of Wusses: How America's Leaders Lost the Guts to Make Us Great."
"Obama hasn't passed a budget in four years, he's a wuss," Sununu says. "Obama has rejected the recommendation of his own Simpson-Bowles, on a budget package, he's a wuss. He wants to lead from behind, he's a wuss!"
In response to hearing his own term used against his party, the former Democratic governor of Pennsylvania fires back at his Republican counterpart:
"I want to say one thing about the president being a wuss: On Simpson-Bowles, he, remember, the so-called big deal with John Boehner was for five trillion dollars of debt reduction, which essentially was Simpson-Bowles on steroids, and John Boehner couldn't sell it to the Republicans in the house."
Watch the clip, listen to the interviews, then tune in this evening at 9 p.m. as Rendell and Sununu share the one piece of political perspective they do agree on: The campaigns truly begin at the upcoming conventions.
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