In the third and final presidential debate between President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney on Monday in Boca Raton, FL, the candidates discussed their views on foreign policy… and Hollywood once again weighed in via their Twitter accounts.
Aziz Ansari: “I know I was sh*tting on the undecided voters and their questions last time, but this sh*t is mad boring without them :(“
Financial wiz Suze Orman spoke about presidential candidate Mitt Romney's economic plan at Oprah's "O You" event, exclaiming, "What he's saying, I would love to see happen. I just don't think it's possible."
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President Barack Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney put their differences aside on Thursday for a night of fun at the annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Dinner in NYC.
Gov. Mitt Romney’s wife, Ann Romney, made a solo appearance on “The View” Thursday morning after her husband backed out due to scheduling conflicts.
“I think President Obama nailed it,” said Driver. “With that chin up, AJ, the President is saying, ‘Hey, I'm here to stay another four years.’”
Driver said it was a different story for Romney. “Mitt Romney's chin is going up, which is not his baseline. He's feeling the heat.” She added, “It's a boxing match, and they're each getting swings in. It is awesome to watch!”
Find out more signals Driver detected in the debate!
The President and Gov. Romney will conduct their third and final debate on foreign policy Monday, October 22.
Here's what the mostly pro-Obama Hollywood A-listers are tweeting about after Tuesday's second presidential showdown between President Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney.
Ivanka Trump: “Both the #President and #Governor ended strongly. What did you think of the #debate. #Election2012”
Following his Big Bird comment in the first presidential debate, Republican candidate Mitt Romney unwittingly created yet another hilarious Internet trend with his “binders full of women” comment.
In the second debate, moderated by CNN correspondent Candy Crowley, President Barack Obama and Romney squared off in town hall setting in Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York.
Mario asked Mrs. Obama about how she felt the president was doing so far in the presidential race. “I think my husband has done a phenomenal job, not just in the debate, but in the last three and a half years as president. I'm always so proud of what he's done. He's not just a candidate, he's still the leader of the free world and knowing what is coming on and off of his plate over the course of a day would astound you.”