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Romney Finishes Walk Through for Primetime Address

Mitt Romney just finished rehearsal on the convention stage for tonight's RNC address, where he will cap the three-day convention by formally accepting his party's nomination for the presidency of the United States. Prior to the walk through, Romney and Paul Ryan came out to take a picture with several members of Romney's campaign staff.

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The walk-through itself was extremely business-like, with none of the noticeable bantering back and forth with reporters that happened during vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan's walk through on Wednesday. Romney did, however, smile and wave toward the crowd at one point as a few spectators shouted out their support. He also gave the audience a wave as he walked off the stage.

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While Romney was rehearsing, the debt clock inched closer to that $16 trillion mark, as you can see in the photo below.

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