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October 2nd, 2012
07:49 PM ET

Carole Simpson on the Presidential Debates

The first woman to moderate a presidential debate tells Brooke that she expects style to prevail over substance Wedenesday night in Denver.

Filed under: Anchors • Brooke Baldwin
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  1. Ellen

    Style over substance – that seems to be what the news anchors used as a measure of the winner in tonight's debate. How sad; the media encourage the dumbing down of America. I thought the president was very credible and the use of cute stories by Romney, or any other politician, really turns me off. It's campaigning at its worst.

    October 4, 2012 at 12:07 am |
  2. Godschild

    Reporting today is hard. CNN for a long time I have watched you for all my news but this year you have changed Dramaticly. You are reporting from a one sided view. America is made up from many views. You show that you are for Obama and against Romney. YOU may have two people in your discussions from the Democrats and the Republicans side but you always back the Democrats. When you had on Carol for the Democrats you let her speak more. Carol always changes her mind for Romney,she wants him to talk about Fema but doesn't want anybody to talk about Libya for the President at this time of Sandy caos. You do not tape or talk about President's Malfunction of Libya. His Staff of Military does't want to obey him they say or is it that the President did't do what he said.He was watching the video from the drome, why did't he send help and keep on it until his orders were carried out like he did on Obama care. You do know that the alot of the children on Medicaid are being refused on their needed operation because of ObamaCare. You do know that the Members of AARP refused ObamaCare by 79% but the People in charge sold them to the dogs,ObamaCare, the Members are very upset. What can they do?Please Help them.Please go back to being #1 in reporting the news in a Bias way. Let us decide on the truth.

    October 31, 2012 at 11:15 am |

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