New York Times Columnist Nicholas Kristof sits down with Piers Morgan this evening at 9 and talks to Morgan about President Barack Obama's lackluster performance in Wednesday's presidential debate in Denver, Colo.
"He blew it," exclaims Kristof.
"It is a paradox. We have somebody who is the best communicator I know of at his best and he was really at his worst," the two-time Pulitzer prize winner says. "I think there are various theories."
Kristof isn't buying most of the theories as to why Obama didn't perform at his best:
"I think he also may have just not been, not been training adequately and been unused to being targeted that directly ... In almost any situation the best explanation is incompetence rather than conspiracy."
Watch the clip, listen to the interview, then tune in tonight as Kristof and McCain continue the conversation with a look at the situation in the Middle East.