Body language expert Aaron Brehove watches interactions between Mitt Romney and his potential running mates to decipher how well they get along. Based on non-verbal cues, he says Rep. Paul Ryan has the best shot, with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie a close second. (August 9, 2012)
If you would understand body -- you looking forward. And separate report that when they're shaking hands and making eye contact but also when you look at him when you watch them. Are they giving the same message together. Christie and Romney. This sued them when they interact it is it's a dynamic. Situation we see Christie and Romney they always get into their hand takes. Very boisterous very forceful which I think brings out a lot of energy from Iran and there's a good relationship here. We see the rubio doesn't seem confident and these interactions when he's with -- You kind of -- his hands in front of them and also if you're a little nervous about something it's almost give yourself a hug and is blocking anything to me coming to hurt. -- yeah it is now. We look at former governor Pawlenty and we see that they're very close personal relationship. Yet when they -- together it seems to be a little bit jumbled. They don't handoff I don't play well each other when they're giving speeches but when you look at Paul Ryan they're much more insane. And if you -- play off each other very well. And so I decided to endorse somebody. I decided to endorse me. And -- picture right here you can see Ron has -- hand on the shoulder. And while Paul Ryan is still very comfortable he CEO Chris -- -- corner of his size. The corners and now are pulled back him up that's indicative of very genuine smile. Mitt Romney's as well they think out so well together. There's no miscues there's there's nothing really negative coming off with their interaction which I think is probably one of the best. Statements as -- who may be the best vice president phenomena.