WATCH: President Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney Crack Jokes at Alfred E. Smith Charity Dinner
Last night, President Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney continued a presidential campaign tradition that dates back to 1960, speaking at the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner.
The annual event has been used by the candidates in years past to trade jokes about each other and generally take a break from their stump speeches. Last night's edition was no exception.
Romney, who spoke first,
quipped that he "never suggests" that the media is biased.
"I recognize they have their job to do and I have my job to do. My job is to lay out a positive vision for the future of the country. And their job is to make sure no one else finds out about it."
Then the president took the stage.
"I'm still making the most of my time in the city. Earlier today, I went shopping at some stores in Midtown," said Obama. "I understand Governor Romney went shopping for some stores in Midtown."
Check out the speeches, and let us know some of your favorite zingers!
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