Round 2: Who won the presidential debate? On the left, President Barack Obama and on the right Governor Mitt Romney. President Obama did come out swinging calling Romney’s 5-point plan, “a one-point plan”. One day after the attacks in Benghazi, the president called it “an act of terror” in the Rose Garden at the White House. Governor Romney said “it took the president 14-days to call the Benghazi attacks, an act of terror.” Moderator Candy Crowley corrected Romney and said the president did call the attacks in Benghazi “an act of terror.” Crowley is being accused by the Romney campaign of siding with President Obama. President Obama declared the winner of the second presidential debate by political pundits for his aggressive and persuasive responses to undecided voter questions.
The first presidential debate was declared a victory by political pundits for Republican Presidential Nominee Governor Mitt Romney. President Obama was focused and stayed on message but the American people wanted him to be more aggressive and not assertive. Get ready for the final presidential debate!
On Monday, October 22, 2012, the final presidential debate will be held at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida. The topic is Foreign Policy which is identical to the very first debate. Candidates President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney will participant in the debate. The debate time is 9 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. eastern. The moderator is Bob Schieffer (Host of Face the Nation on CBS).
Join Kiss-Fm for the final presidential debate watch party at the Hippodrome Theatre 528 North 2nd Street, Richmond, VA 23219. This is a free event and doors will open at 7:30pm. Please join us for food, fun and prizes at the HIPP Monday night.
Watch the first and second presidential debates here…