Latest update: March 4th, 2012
After notching a win in the first Republican presidential primary of the campaign season, Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney gave a speech in which he reiterated his steadfast support for Israel and assailed President Obama for being a “failed” leader.
In his only reference to foreign policy, Romney stated that Obama “criticizes our friends like Israel. I will always stand with our friends.”
Romney won a decisive victory, fifteen percentage points ahead of the nearest challenger, Ron Paul.
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