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In the second presidential debate against Barack Obama, Mitt Romney crossed the line between confidence and arrogance.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney teed up the last three weeks of the presidential election as a question of which man voters can trust to improve the economy.
The president came across as more likable, more relatable, and explained the issues in a clearer manner.
Both candidates perform strongly in a tense, more emotional presidential debate than the first one.
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Mitt Romney must remember that style matters more than substance as he debates President Barack Obama tonight.
President Obama must showcase his mastery of politics and policy to the American people tonight.
The vice president's smirks and eye rolls reminded viewers why they don't like him, and didn't change the trajectory of the race.
Biden won on substance, but Ryan won on demeanor.