Obama, Romney bring comedy to campaign trail

BROOKLYN - President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney brought some comedy to the campaign trail Thursday night.

The presidential candidates shared the same stage for a second time this week as keynote speakers for the 67th Annual Al Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner in Manhattan. Both Obama and Romney earned some laughs, poking fun at each other and even themselves.

The fun was short-lived and both candidates have returned to regular campaigning in crucial swing states. They are also preparing for Monday's third and final foreign policy debate in Florida.

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