In a 90-minute session that will primarily focus on the topic of foreign policy, President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney will meet for one final presidential debate before the November election. Bob Schieffer of the CBS News will be on hand to moderate.
Obama will more than likely speak about winding down the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and the multinational strategy that resulted in the takedown of Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi. The President is also expected to talk about the 2011 raid that killed al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. Expect Obama to also point out Romney's inexperience in foreign policy.
Similar to his VP running mate Paul Ryan's approach, Romney may call attention to the current instances of the anti-American protests occurring throughout the Middle East. Also, look for the Republican presidential hopeful to criticize the Obama administration's approach to the recent attacks on the United States consulate in Libya, the rebellion in Syria and the potential of a nuclear Iran.
Although the debate will be honing in on foreign affairs, the status of America's economy should inevitable come up as well. Hence, either of the candidates can justify such an argument by tying in its affects on global affairs. Romney should continue to criticize Obama in regards to America's $ 16 trillion-plus national debt and will likely confront him on the prospect of major Pentagon Cuts.
The President has stated in the past that the Republicans haven't cooperated on getting a debt reduction plan into action, which he mostly blames on inheriting the brunt of the country's recession from his predecessor George W. Bush.
Watch the final presidential debate between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney in the video below. The event will be taking place at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida on Monday, Oct. 22 at 9 p.m. ET.