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President Barack Obama and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie talk with survivors of Hurricane Sandy in a community center while touring damaged areas in Brigantine, N.J, Oct. 31, 2012. Obama and Christie put aside partisan differences to visit storm-swamped parts of New Jersey together and oversee relief efforts after the devastation of the storm Sandy.
Democratic pollster Fred Yang and Republican pollster Bill McInturff join The Daily Rundown to break down the latest NBC News/ WSJ poll, which shows a narrow gap between Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama. The poll also shows that Romney's comments about the 47 percent has hurt him in the race.
NBC's Mark Murray discusses the implications of last night's debate in Denver, CO.
Both Mitt Romney and his running mate, Paul Ryan, called Missouri Republican Senate frontrunner Todd Akin to express their disapproval at Akin's comment about 'legitimate rape' but Akin has said he will not quit the race. NBC's Andrea Mitchell reports.
President Obama defends U.N. ambassador Susan Rice, as a possible replacement for Hillary Clinton as secretary of state, against criticism from Sen. John McCain and Sen. Lindsey Graham on the Benghazi attacks in Libya.
Clint Eastwood admitted his unscripted, 12-minute RNC speech on Aug. 30 was "very unorthodox," but he says he felt his message got across to the audience he was trying to reach. NBC's Andrea Mitchell reports.