• With: John Sununu, Bill Richardson

    RICHARDSON: No, look...

    HANNITY: His campaign accused Romney of murder!

    RICHARDSON: There has been negativism on both sides. This is the last 10 days of the campaign.

    HANNITY: Oh, OK.

    RICHARDSON: What you're seeing...

    (CROSSTALK)

    SUNUNU: This class warfare -- Bill, this class warfare...

    RICHARDSON: Oh, come on, John!

    SUNUNU: This guy has tried...

    RICHARDSON: John, now...

    SUNUNU: ... tried to create some racial divide!

    RICHARDSON: What did Colin Powell say today?

    SUNUNU: He's tried to create a sense...

    RICHARDSON: He said...

    SUNUNU: What did he say?

    RICHARDSON: Colin Powell said today he's endorsing President Obama because he has revived and moved the economy forward, he has got a foreign policy where he got us out of Iraq, brought our troops home, has a plan for Afghanistan. And then the last thing he said...

    SUNUNU: Yes.

    RICHARDSON: Mitt Romney's foreign policy...

    SUNUNU: And Colin...

    RICHARDSON: ... is a moving target, a moving target...

    (CROSSTALK)

    SUNUNU: Colin Powell is doubling down -- and Colin Powell is doubling down on the mistake he made in 2008! His endorsement probably makes sure that Alma votes for him. The fact is, is that what we have is a failed...

    RICHARDSON: This is the most respected man in the country!

    (CROSSTALK)

    RICHARDSON: John, get out of that endorsement.

    HANNITY: Let me get back to my point. Hang on a second.

    SUNUNU: No!

    (CROSSTALK)

    SUNUNU: No! The guy he worked for, George Herbert Walker Bush, is the most respected man in the country! And George Herbert Walker Bush has solidly endorsed Mitt Romney. So don't give me your lines off the Obama talking points, too, Bill. You're too good a man to go that route.

    We have a serious problem in this country and a president that's so distracted that he's running around to all the evening shows because that's the only place he can put out his venom and his lies and get a receptive audience!

    It is time that we got down to the big issues! We have an economic problem. He has no plan. We have a national security problem. He has no plan. We have a dead ambassador in Benghazi, and he's lying about it! It is time we got the serious issues with at least the 12 days before the election!

    RICHARDSON: John -- John, how many more positions is Governor Romney going to switch on? Is he going to endorse ObamaCare next week? I mean, look, every position he's shifting.

    SUNUNU: Bill...

    RICHARDSON: He's moving to the middle so fast...

    SUNUNU: He hasn't shifted, Bill! He hasn't -- he hasn't shifted. He's a budget-cutting, tax-cutting governor. He's a budget-cutting, tax-cutting candidate. He has always believed in a strong defense. He's supporting rebuilding our Navy and our military and giving our young men and women what they deserve!

    Mitt Romney has always been a pro-life governor in terms of how he practiced as governor, and he's a pro-life candidate now! Mitt Romney has stood for dealing in an empathetic way with people who have needs, and his personal life is a classic example of somebody that has empathy for those in need!

    There's no change of policy here, only distortion of words by the Obama campaign!

    HANNITY: Governor, I can -- Governor, let me ask you, do you think when the president's campaign goes out there and accuses Mitt Romney of being responsible for a women's death of cancer -- do you think this crosses a line?

    Do you think when President Obama himself says that Mitt Romney, his plan is for dirty air and for dirty water? Do you think the ads of Paul Ryan throwing granny over the cliff -- now, I argue that this is the nastiest, meanest campaign I've ever seen. You say, Well, it's the final 10 days of the campaign. Any of this embarrass you? In other words, does any of this...

    RICHARDSON: No. No.