President Barack Obama speaks at the "30 Days To Victory" fundraising concert at the Nokia Theater L.A. Live in Los Angeles.

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The president is set to discuss a number of hot button topics, including last week's debate.

Derrick Bryson Taylor
Oct, 10, 2012

President Obama's first post-debate interview will air tonight, reports ABC.

Portions of the "wide ranging" interview, which will touch on the president's much-talked about debate performance, among other hot button issues, will be seen in tonight's installment of World News Diane Sawyer at 6:30 p.m.


However, the interview in its entirety will air in late October as part of ABC's "Portrait of a President" series, which will get up close and personal with this year's candidates.


There are a number of pit stops along the way until election day on November 6, including a vice presidential debate set for Thursday, October 11, two more presidential debates scheduled for Tuesday, October 16 and Monday, October 22 and a host of campaign stops across the nation.



Will you be watching World News with Diane Sawyer tonight on ABC at 6:30 p.m.?

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