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On Tuesday evening, Piers Morgan featured the New York Times' Nicholas Kristof on the program to weigh in on the third presidential debate. Kristof noted that Barack Obama was considered the winner of the debate, though the outcome will have little impact on the election.
"The decisions are going to be based on economics, principally," said Kristof. "Neither one flubbed it."
Morgan's "All-Star Political Panel" comprised of Buzz Bissinger, Kristen Soltis and Charles Blow also gave their take on Monday's debate.
Bissinger, a recent convert to Mitt Romney's camp, was happy with the seemingly more moderate version of the GOP candidate. "It's called politics, because it's often the case that people move to the center."
Blow, on the other hand was considerably less secure with the new "Moderate Mitt" Romney. "I don't trust anything that comes out of Mitt Romney's mouth," said Blow. "And if you're telling me that the character of that man has substantially changed over the course of those few months, I don't believe you and I don't believe him."
Soltis was the most forgiving of Romney's new style of rhetoric saying "It's what happens in primaries."
"He's carrying the Republican banner. He's doing it well," said a supportive Soltis. "He's making a clean break with some of the mistakes that the party's made in the past."
Watch the clips, and listen to the interviews, as Bissinger and Blow's verbal battle reaches new heights during the panel's very lively discussion.
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