Romney, Obama spar over domestic issues in first debate
DENVER (MCT) — In the first presidential debate of the fall campaign, Mitt Romney defended himself Wednesday night against charges from President Barack Obama that his tax-cut plan would favor the wealthy.
Neither candidate appeared to land a knockout blow or commit a serious blunder that would instantly change the race. But the Republican challenger held his own during a 90-minute encounter that focused almost exclusively on domestic issues.
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