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Obama, Romney trade barbs on foreign policy
Criticism » Romney continues with broad jabs casting Obama as a timid leader.

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Priorities USA Action, a political action committee supporting Obama, released a new television advertisement Wednesday using Romney’s tenure running the Salt Lake City Olympics as the basis to attack the Republican.

The ad shows clips of Olympic teams from various countries that Priorities USA Action says Romney has questionable links to, including China, which the ads says gained thousands of jobs through Romney’s outsourcing of private sector jobs, and Switzerland, where Romney once kept a bank account.

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In London, Romney also has meetings planned with British Prime Minister David Cameron and other top government officials. From there, Romney plans to visit Israel and meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, then wrap up his trip in Poland.

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