Obama and Romney debate foreign policy

Obama and Romney debate foreign policy

US President Barack Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney have gone head to head on the issue of foreign policy, at the third and final Presidential debate in Floria today.

President Obama says his government has proven its success in defence, ending the war in Iraq and securing the assassination of Al-Qaeda Leader Osama Bin Laden.

But Governor Romney has bitten back, saying America can’t just kill their way out of the current international conflicts.

Syria has also been a topic of debate, with both leaders agreeing it is critical for Syrian President Bashar Al Assad to be overthrown.

The final debate comes two weeks out from the Presidential election, with Americans going to the polls on November 6.

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