Barack Obama and Mitt Romney talked foreign policy during the third and final debate of the presidential campaign.
Monday, October 22, 2012
The debates are over, and in a few weeks it will be time to head to the polls to pick the next president. So, who do you think won the third and final debate Monday night between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney? In a debate about foreign policy that often touched on domestic issues, Obama seemed more aggressive than in the first debate, dismissing Romney's foreign policy ideas as naive and outdated. Regarding Romney's assertion that Russia is a geopolitical threat, Obama said, "The 1980s are now calling to ask for their foreign policy back." Obama called Romney's policies "wrong and reckless." "Attacking me is not an agenda," Romney responded. Obama said Romney wants to devote "$2 trillion to military spending the military isn't…
The final debate between President Barack Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney is Oct. 22 at 9 p.m. Find out where to see it on TV and where to watch online.
Tonight's the night: President Barack Obama and former Gov. Mitt Romney will meet up for their third and final presidential debate tonight, Oct. 22 at 9 p.m. From the first debate that saw a huge boost for Romney's campaign to the second that brought out the fiestiness in both candidates, voters have had two chances to see the candidates go head-to-head. Tonight's debate, moderated by Face the Nation's Bob Schieffer, returns to the format of the first—candidates fielding questions from Schieffer, this time on foreign policy. It's a good bet that the attacks against the American consulate in Libya will be front and center, and also look for Obama to bring up Osama bin Laden's death. Here are the details of the third presidential debate: TV…