190+ Fox News Bias videos at bit.ly The most decisive moment in the presidential debates between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney came in responses to a Libya question in which Romney erroneously relied on misinformation from the right wing, Fox News bubble, as I show in this video. The clip I use of the the town hall debate between President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, comes from CNN's October 16, 2012, broadcast of debate coverage. A longer clip of that debate exchange is available on YouTube at bit.ly The clips I use of Stephen Colbert come from a longer segment of the October 17, 2012, broadcast of “The Colbert Report” available online at bit.ly The clip I use of Fox News anchor Bret Baier comes from Fox News' October 16, 2012, broadcast of post-debate analysis which I have not found available online. The clip I use of Bill Maher comes from HBO's October 19, 2012, broadcast of “real Time with Bill Maher” a longer segment of which is currently available on YouTube at bit.ly The clip I use of ABC News reporter Jonathan Karl comes from ABC News' October 16, 2012, broadcast of post-debate analysis which I have not found available online. The clip I use of CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer comes from CNN's October 16, 2012, broadcast of post-debate analysis which I have not found available online. The clip I use of Jay Pharaoh playing Barack Obama and Jason Sudekis playing Mitt Romney comes from a
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