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|The president, looking restrained and at times displeased, did not seize opportunities to attack the Republican challenger on his business record at Bain Capital, the "47 percent" video and his refusal to release more income tax returns. That enabled Romney to stay on the offensive throughout the two men's first head-to-head meeting in the campaign for the November 6 election. Democrats tried to put a brave face on Obama's muted appearance. They acknowledged the former Massachusetts governor had scored "style points" but criticized him on substance.|
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