Realizing his first debate was a disaster, Obama is going to change his approach for the next one.
The Obama campaign now says President Obama will be more aggressive in his second debate with Mitt Romney, hinting that he will go after the Republican presidential nominee at several angles — from women’s issue to Romney’s tax plan and his tenure at Bain Capital.
David Axelrod, Obma’s senior campaign adviser told Fox News yesterday , “I think he’s going to be aggressive in making the case for his view of where we should go as a country,”
Axelrod argued that Republican vice presidential nominee Rep. Paul Ryan failed during a Sept. 30 appearance on Fox, then during his debate last week to detail how Romney would pay for his $5 trillion tax plan.
“So, we’re going to give Governor Romney another chance on Tuesday to try and square this impossible circle,” Axelrod said.
He also said Obama plans to be more aggressive and is making “adjustments” before the debate, then seemed to refer to Romney’s investment capital career before entering politics.