Mitt Romney's Foreign Policy Address

In his first major foreign policy address in more than nine months, Mitt Romney, the presumptive Republican nominee for president, sidestepped a key opportunity to attack President Barack Obama's approach to the crisis in Syria, and instead reserved his strongest blows for a matter of domestic national security: the leaking of classified information to reporters.

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