Monday's third and final presidential debate showed an aggressive President Obama and an agreeable Mitt Romney. But who won?
FOX News Radio's Rich Johnson in Washington has reaction:
Mitt Romney's main goal in the foreign policy debate: Show voters he's a credible replacement for President Obama as Commander in Chief.
(Birnbaum) "I think he met that threshold, and in that way, won the debate from his point of view."
But FOX News political analyst Jeff Birnbaum says the President can also point to a win, given his strategy of coming on strong. Which may work for the partisans, but maybe not for the undecideds.
(Birnbaum) "I would not be surprised if a lot of them, even maybe most of them, thought that Mitt Romney was the winner."
In Washington, Rich Johnson, FOX News Radio.
In "America's Talking", FOX News Radio took to the streets to find out who people thought walked away from the final debate a winner: