NEW YORK (WKOW) -- President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney will face-off for their third and final debate on Monday.
But, before it's back to serious politics the two candidates shared the spotlight at the 67th Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner in New York.
They were forced to have some fun and find humor in this election year. It was a war of wit and a night of comedy on the campaign trail for President Obama and Mitt Romney. The Al Smith Dinner is a tradition for the presidential candidates during the election year.
The candidates poked fun at themselves and of course, each other. The economy and foreign affairs were all topics in Thursday night's event.
The Alfred E. Smith Foundation has raised millions of dollars for healthcare causes.
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