So who won the second presidential debate, held at Hofstra University? It depends who you ask... surrogates from both sides spinning the debate.

FOX News Radio's Jeff Monosso reports from Hempstead, New York:

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There was an army of surrogates here in the spin room, spinning. Massachusetts Senator John Kerry saying the President:

(Kerry) "Won overwhelmingly. He exposed Mitt Romney tonight for the complete lack of substance in his tax plan."

While across the isle:

(Johnson) "Governor Romney was strong, and I think he won."

Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson.

And like the debate, the spin room even got a little heated. Former New Hampshire Governor John Sununu saying the President:

(Sununu) "He lied on the permits for natural gas. And he lied on when he acknowledged it was an act  terrorism among other dishonest statements in the debate."

But the Obama campaign tells FOX News, the President did what he was supposed to do, finished strong following his first debate performance.

At the presidential debate in Hempstead, New York, Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.

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