Gingrich: Obama Will Be Re-Elected If He’s ‘Believable’ In First Debate

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich on Friday raised the stakes for next week’s first presidential debate, arguing that President Barack Obama can seal a victory with a genuine performance against Mitt Romney.

“It has to be a campaign of contrast, not a campaign of attack,” Gingrich said during an appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”  “Part of the contrast has to be disarming the president.  Because if the president’s believeable — this is where [Bill] Clinton was so good — if the president is believeable at the end of the first debate, there is a very high likelihood he’ll be re-elected.”

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