Tuesday night's debate has been dubbed the "most spirited" presidential debate in U.S. History, with candidates arguing about how the White House and Obama Administration handled themselves during the aftermath of an attack on a U.S. Embassy in Benghazi.
Mohamed Dahab, a Lincoln resident who was born in Libya and still has family in Tripoli, says both candidates are need to stop pointing fingers and start offering solutions. "Personally, I think the point needs to be what can we do to secure the environment for our diplomats whether it be in Tripoli, Benghazi, Cairo or elsewhere," said Dahab.
Four Americans were killed in the attack on September 11th of this year, including U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens. The next and final presidential debate will focus on foreign policy.