March 30, 2012

Romney Set to Challenge Obama on Foreign Policy

Scott Wilson, Washington Post

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Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney is preparing to broaden his challenge to President Obama's management of foreign affairs, sensing political vulnerability in an area in which the incumbent has received his strongest public support.

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