It’s the day after the second presidential debate and pundits and viewers alike seem to agree that President Obama’s performance last night was an about-face to the first presidential debate on October 3.
Obama scored high marks all around, especially when he referred to Romney’s economic plan as “a sketchy deal” and told the American people that they didn’t have to accept it.
Later, Romney put his foot in his mouth when he tried to call Obama out on a remark Obama made in the White House’s Rose Garden in reference to the terrorist attack on a U.S. consulate in Libya, only to be told by both Obama and moderator Candy Crowley that he was, indeed, WRONG about the accusation.
The Washington Post’s Eugene Robinson is calling it “a clear win for Obama”. Two debates down - one to go.
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