The president won the third debate on points, but he scored no ‘knockout punch,’ says Brett O’Donnell.
Brett O’Donnell is communications strategist and president at O’Donnell and Associates, Ltd. He was chief strategist for Michele Bachmann’s 2012 presidential campaign and assisted Mitt Romney in preparing for the Florida primary debate. He was director of debate for 18 years at Liberty University, leading the school’s team to numerous championships.
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