President Obama dissected Mitt Romney’s foreign policy views on Monday, suggesting the former businessman lacked the familiarity, consistency, and forward-looking approach to be an effective president. It was perhaps the boldest statement of a night that saw Obama turn in his strongest debate performance against Romney. If there was one downside, it was on the topic - foreign affairs - that polls have consistently shown ranks well behind job creation and economic recovery as most important on voters’ minds.
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