Romney: Obama Lied on Tax Reform

    FILE - In this Oct. 3, 2012, file photo combo, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama speak during their first presidential debate at the University of Denver, Colo. In a September Pew Research Center poll 48 percent of registered voters said Obama was more “honest and truthful,” to 34 percent who felt Romney was. And a CBS News/New York Times survey earlier in September asked separately whether each candidate was honest and trustworthy: 58 percent of likely voters described Obama that way while 53 percent said that of Romney.  (AP Photo/David Goldman/Eric Gay)

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    What’s $5 trillion between political friends? Apparently, it’s the hottest talking point in the presidential campaign. The Romney campaign has released a new ad that claims that the president “continues to distort Mitt Romney’s economic plan,” specifically the claim of a $5 trillion tax cut. Romney says his cuts will boost growth. In a clip, Obama’s deputy campaign manager is shown saying that “it won’t be near $5 trillion.” The Obama campaign has repeatedly said that Team Romney is being dishonest. So who’s telling the truth? November can’t come soon enough.

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