Today on The Cycle: understanding the candidates body language

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President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, participate in the presidential debate, Tuesday, Oct. 16 at Hofstra University in Hempstead...
President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, participate in the presidential debate, Tuesday, Oct. 16 at Hofstra University in Hempstead...
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Both candidates took off their fighting gloves Tuesday evening during the Town Hall debate at Hofstra University. Both President Obama and Governor Romney were throwing punches left and right trying to get the other off of their game. Just like last Thursday’s vice presidential match-up between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan Tuesday’s was all about the body language, because that really gives you the insight into what the person is thinking. So what message did their body language send to the audience?

Joining today’s show is Body Language Institute Senior Instructor Chris Ulrich. Chris will help the Cyclists dissect the hand gestures of both candidates throughout the debate, when they would circle each other for the lead, the “Libya” moment, and more. Be sure to tune in for the full conversation with Chris Ulrich at 3:40pm.

Today on The Cycle: understanding the candidates body language

Updated