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Obama focused his attention in the pivotal state of Florida on the Republican ticket’s stand on Medicare, the popular government health insurance program for the elderly and an issue that has been more favorable to Democrats.

Romney also said in an interview Sunday with NBC television that it was a “mistake” for congressional Republicans to go along with the White House on a budget deal that set up automatic spending cuts that include huge reductions in defense spending in the new year. His running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan, helped steer that agreement through Congress.

In his first appearance on NBC’s “Meet the Press” program in more than three years, Romney said he wanted to replace the Obama health care plan with one of his own that included some of the most popular provisions of the incumbent’s two-year-old law.

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