"I honestly think that he should speak to what he did with capturing Osama Bin Laden. I don't think that ever got as much credit that he's deserved. The world was in fear and he did a lot to close that gap. I think that he should speak about what he inherited, he inherited a financial mess. And I know that everybody's expectations were that his hope and his promise would resolve it much quicker than it is. Things were so bad people wanted instant gratification. But it took eight years, minimum, to cause that mess and they wanted him to solve it in two and a half, and it's tough. And I feel for the fact that he has these head winds in front of him. The Republicans is doing a very good job of painting that picture like, 'what did he do?'"
--Former music executive turned advertising executive Steve Stoute on marketing Barack Obama to win the 2012 election. (Piers Morgan)
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