‘ED Show’ playbook: Thursday, Nov. 1

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Residents of the East Coast tried to bring some normalcy back to their lives today as clean-up and recovery from Sandy continues.

Tonight, Ed welcomes Lori Touchette, a nurse at New York University Langone Medical Center who worked tirelessly to save newborn babies.

Just five days before the election, Hurricane Sandy brings the climate change discussion to the forefront of the presidential campaign, and has New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg endorsing President Obama.

Meantime, the president takes the high road on the stump while Mitt Romney goes back to his regular desperate campaign of deceit.

Ed welcomes Karen Finney, msnbc Political Analyst and Former DNC Communications Director and Annette Taddeo, candidate for U.S. Congress (D-FL), to compare the closing arguments show us what Willard is really up to.

Then, the United Auto Workers file an ethics complaint in order to learn more about Mitt Romney’s investments and profits made during the auto loan. Ed will talk with Bob King, President of United Auto Workers, about new charges that Romney profiteered from the auto rescue.

And former President Bill Clinton, also known as the “Secretary of Explainin’ Stuff” is out on the campaign trail. But where’s “the decider,” former President George W. Bush? Michael Tomasky, Special Correspondent for The Daily Beast, weighs in on that.

It’s going to another blockbuster @EdShow at 8pET on @msnbctv.

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‘ED Show’ playbook: Thursday, Nov. 1

Updated