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Obama, Romney trade punchlines instead of punches - Daily Trail

Friday, October 19, 2012 - 01:49

President Obama and GOP rival Mitt Romney take a break from their tough election battle to throw some lighthearted jabs at each other - and themselves - at the annual Alfred E. Smith Dinner in New York City. (October 18, 2012).

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It's nice to finally relax and where what. It turns out millions of Americans focused in on the second debate. Who don't focus in on the first debate and I happen to be one of. I Antonio put -- master of ceremonies. Bernie Smith aren't people seem to be very curious as to. How we prepare for the debates which -- what I do. First refrain from alcohol for 65 years before the second finally biggest available straw man and then just commercially attack. Big -- and it's coming. In the spirit of Sesame Street the president's remarks that are brought to you by the letter -- in the number sixteen trillion. Campaigns can be grueling exhausting. President Obama and I -- -- very lucky to have one person who's always in our corners and when do we can lean on them. Someone who's a comforting presence without them we wouldn't be able let -- of the day I have. Beautiful wife that he is Bill Clinton. Earlier today I went shopping at some stores in midtown. I understand governor Romney went shopping for some stores in -- Numbers of people say rock not as young -- used to big. -- -- golden smile where's that pep in your step. And I say. Some bounds or contract of the cabinet --

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Obama, Romney trade punchlines instead of punches - Daily Trail

Friday, October 19, 2012 - 01:49