Don't expect such a friendly exchange at this Tuesday's debate. (Creative Commons)
Staffers behind President Barack Obama's reelection campaign said Sunday he'll take a more aggressive approach in Tuesday's debate with Republican opponent Mitt Romney.
Obama took serious criticism following his Oct. 3 face-off for being asleep at the wheel. Fox News reported his campaign team is saying that won't be a problem this time around.
Fox News pointed out Obama 2012 spokeswoman Jen Psaki's mention of Bain in previewing the debate as significant since the president shied away from discussing Romney's corporate record during the first debate in Denver.
Senior campaign adviser David Axelrod said the president was making "adjustments" before this next debate and would be more aggressive, but is that really the best strategy in a town hall-style format? We'll find out Tuesday.
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