Obama, Romney tackle foreign policy in final debate

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President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney challenged each other on foreign policy in the final presidential debate Monday night, the Star Tribune and Los Angeles Times reported.

Obama accused Romney of being all over the map on a range of issues, the Los Angeles Times reported. "Every time you've offered an opinion," the president said. "You've been wrong."

Romney also dished out criticism, both articles reported. He said the U.S. should have done more to prevent Iranian nuclear development, repeatedly saying, "We're four years closer to a nuclear Iran."

The two candidates painted different pictures of the world. Obama indicated that the world is safer and tighter-knit, while Romney said the world is dangerous and more threatening, the Los Angeles Times reported.

The candidates agreed on many issues, however, despite the heated rhetoric, the Los Angeles Times reported. Both agreed on positions regarding Israel, Iraq, Afghanistan and the use of predator drones.

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