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October 17, 2012
Posted: 2227 GMT

Presidential debate questioner, Kerry Ladka, talks to Hala about how he came up with his question for the candidates. Listen to hear if he is satisfied with their answers and if he has chosen a candidate to support.

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Diran Adetunji   October 22nd, 2012 8:52 pm ET

I have been following up with so much passion and commitments the US electioneering Campaign. To say the least, it is the world modest of how a democracy should be practice. But I have not really enjoyed JOHN KING analysis and from all indication so far, he has confirm to any discernible audience where he want the direction of the election to go. From my judgement,he is seriously and gently campaigning for Mit...! Please be more balance in your future analysis CNN... Diran Adetunji, Abuja FCT

Connie   October 29th, 2012 6:38 pm ET

Why isn't CNN reporting on the Benghazi embassy cover-up? Americans need to know the truth about what really happened to the four Americans who were killed. Why do you let Obama keep stalling till after the election?

aprilgee   November 2nd, 2012 5:03 pm ET

Nice grammar, Diran.
Where the heck is CNN's coverage of Benghazi? What the heck are you guys thinking? Only one comment was made today about it being "a narrow issue." It's a broad issue and central to our national security, and shows a willlingness of our current administration to cover up its actions and lie ... yes, lie ... saying it's due to some video. Shame on you, CNN, for not covering this explosive issue more fully! You are in the political pockets of our current administration, and how can you call yourselves a news organization? BTW, I am a registered Dem! Shame on you!

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