In recent days, President Obama has been ramping up the rhetoric on the campaign trail, trying to convince voters they cannot trust Mitt Romney. Obama has suggested on many occasions that Romney has been dishonest with regard to his tax plan and other proposals.

But in a recent Rolling Stone interview, he was a bit more frank

in his assessment of the former Massachusetts governor.

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In the article by Douglas Brinkley, Obama is referring to a six-year-old girl who told her dad to tell the president, "you can do it," referring to winning on Election Day.


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  • "You know, kids have good instincts," Obama told Rolling Stone. "They look at the other guy and say, 'Well, that’s a bull****ter, I can tell.'”

    Watch Ed Henry's report on America's Newsroom:

    Later in the show, Bill Hemmer got some reaction from Bay Buchanan, senior adviser to the Romney campaign. Check out the interview, here.