President Barack Obama and Republican hopeful Mitt Romney met Monday night for their third and final debate this election season, this time coming to the same table to answer questions on national security, the war in Iraq and jobs overseas, among other topics.
The candidates also sparred on military spending, with Romney making a case for an expanded Naval fleet in a plan to increase military spending.
Obama, who says he's met with military leaders to develop a reduced budget for the country's armed forces, said Monday that Romney's hike is money "our military doesn't need," noting the country also has " fewer horses and bayonets."
"We have these things called aircraft carriers and planes land on them. We have ships that go underwater, nuclear submarines," Obama said.
The debate, in Boca Raton, Fla., was the last chance for both candidates to make a pitch to undecided voters across the country just two weeks before Election Day on Nov. 6.
The score, before Monday night's debate, was 1-1, experts say: Romney largely took the first debate, while Obama performed better in the candidates' second meeting at Hofstra University in New York.
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