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The former director of Federal Emergency Management Agency, Michael Brown, has stepped forward on Monday to criticize President Obama’s handling of the current natural disaster.
Before Monday’s final presidential debate, we outlined five things that President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney needed to accomplish at the Lynn University event. Here’s a report card grading their efforts.
With the two presidential candidates locked in a statistical tie two weeks before Election Day, their final debate could prove pivotal. As the foreign policy debate at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla., unfolds, Hearst Newspapers national political reporter Rick Dunham will offer analysis of the debate in real time. You can also follow his latest tweets via @rickdunham.
As the second Obama-Romney debate would down on Tuesday night, the wind seemed to come back into the sails of an Obama campaign left dead in the water two weeks ago by the President’s lifeless first debate performance. “Hands down Obama knockout,” tweeted California Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom. “Firm, strong, determined,” added Newark, N.J., Mayor [...]
One of the more talked about clips to emerge from this debate is bound to be Mitt Romney challenging President Obama on what he said in the Rose Garden about Libya — and being dead wrong. Romney said Obama waited 14 days to say it was an act of terror. Obama said, nope, I did [...]