Understanding the foreign policy debate

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October 22, 2012, 9:17 am
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(NECN/AP) - The polls show the presidential race to be about even as President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney meet face-to-face for their final debate Monday night. 

As President Obama's Deputy Campaign Manager Stephanie Cutter says, "it really now comes down to that small segment of undecided voters." 

She told NBC's "Today" show, "The ground game is incredibly important at this point."

In advance of Monday night's foreign policy debate, Romney Adviser Dan Senor says Romney's approach to Iran is: "We've got to reach a diplomatic solution."

Peter Krause, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Boston College, joined "The Morning Show" to discuss some of the key issues that will be discussed in Monday night's debate.

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