Boca Raton, Florida: President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney battled over foreign policy on Monday in their third and final debate as they sought to break a deadlock in opinion polls heading into the final two weeks of campaigning.
Candidates argued, bickered and interrupted each other in second debate. President Barack Obama scrapped with former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney in a rough-and-tumble debate Tuesday, with the candidates arguing face-to-face, interrupting, accusing each.
But it turns out that not all Chicago rappers are pro-Obama. Here was Rhymefest, who ran for 20th Ward alderman last year, comparing Wednesday night’s debate to a rap battle: "However if I had to describe the debate between Romney and Pres.Obama I'd put.
Like many across the U.S., I will be watching the second presidential debate tonight. The good people at Epic Rap Battles of History, a YouTube site, have provided a preview for the debate by having President Barack Obama go up against Mitt Romney in one.
What's a presidential race without a decent rap battle? Funny Or Die knows what voters really want to see out of President Obama and GOP candidate Mitt Romney -- or at least their impersonators -- and that's a rap battle for the ages. Preferably involving.
President Obama vowed to change his approach for his second debate against Mitt Romney ... Even though the president was the clear victor in the battle, Romney held his own for at least half of the verbal combat. For his part, the president reinforced.
3. This thoroughly un-PC "Epic Rap Battle" between "Obama" and "Romney" features a cameo from Abe Lincoln. 4. Obama and Biden's Town Hall debate, re-mixed as a jazzy musical. 5. Jimmy Kimmel's post-debate stunt from last week is both a Borat-style send-up.
The debate floor won't be the only place where Barack Obama and Mitt Romney's campaigns are sparring tonight — they're taking the fight online, too. As both candidates are banking on the "second screen," assuming many viewers will be watching with a.
In the final presidential debate, Mitt Romney sought to establish knowledge and credibility while President Barack Obama sought to convey that Romney cannot be trusted as commander in chief. The candidates were seated next to each other at a table.