Vice President Biden said his boss "clearly" made up for his performance in the first presidential debate and the overnight polls seemed to agree, giving President Obama a win in last night's foreign policy debate agains t Mitt Romney.
"He clearly [has] made up for that but what Governor Romney showed today, and I felt a little badly because it's clear he is not, he is not ready to be the commander-in-chief of the United States military," the Vice President told me. "He demonstrated a lack of sophistication about what's going on in the world, his rapid change in his positions. Look being president requires a clear vision and a steady hand. That's exactly what president Obama demonstrated tonight."
Vice presidential contender Paul Ryan accused Obama of spending too much time "attacking Mitt Romney" and not enough time laying out his vision for the next four years.
"We really didn't actually get an agenda for how we should move our country forward on foreign policy," Ryan said. "We got sort of a defensive, you know, he tried to defend his record. It is a bad record. Turn on your TV and you can see that the Obama foreign policy is unraveling before us."