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America Reacts to First Presidential Debate
The presidential candidates are back on the campaign trail following their first face-to-face clash last night.
Republican Mitt Romney arived to cheers at a last-minute event in Denver. Following a strong debate performance, an energized Romney told supporters he and president Obama are worlds apart on their visions for the country.
But Romney wasn't the only presidential candidate in Colorado today. President Obama made the rounds as well. Obama was on the offensive, accusing Romney of being a two-headed candidate based on what Romney said at last night's debate.
Obama attacked Romney's plan on tax cuts for the wealthy, telling his supporters "there must be two different Mitt Romneys"--alleging that Romney misled Americans during the debate.
Many observed Obama's debate performance as lackluster. To that end, his campaign team is promising to make big changes before the next debate on October 16.