April 23, 2014

Obama's Foreign Policy Impacts '14 Elections -- Really

Stu Rothenberg, Roll Call

The Associated Press

The growing perception that President Barack Obama over-promised and has under-delivered on international issues could add to the already hardening perception that his presidency has not been an unadulterated success. And that’s not good for vulnerable Democrats as the elections approach.

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TAGGED: Foreign Policy, Polls, U.S. Foreign Policy, Barack Obama, United States, 2014, 2014 Midterm Elections

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