Statements about Foreign Policy
Says he and Mitt Romney "always said that we agree with the 2014 deadline" for leaving Afghanistan.
Says Romney called Russia our No. 1 enemy.
U.S. military uniforms are manufactured in China.
In his first TV interview as president, Obama said we "should talk to Iran."
Barack Obama began his presidency "with an apology tour."
President Barack Obama has "weakened the respect for America abroad."
The Obama administration "willfully leaked the existence of STUXNET (a computer worm used against Iran), allowing our enemies to learn more of our secrets and of our operations."
The Obama administration "leaked information, deliberately or otherwise, that led to the identification of the Pakistani doctor that helped us in achieving our goals and killing bin Laden."
"Days after the (Osama bin Laden) raid, Hollywood was invited into the White House so that they could receive a briefing" that revealed intelligence sources and methods.
Sherrod Brown "sent billions of our tax dollars to foreign countries."
Says Obama "refuses to recognize Jerusalem" as the capital of Israel.
"The president's first major foreign policy speech in Cairo was to apologize for our country."
President Ronald Reagan sent troops into conflict "only in one circumstance, which was in Grenada … We were in a peacekeeping setting in Lebanon."
Says U.S. is giving seven Alaskan islands to Russia.
Says Romney had the uniforms for the 2002 Winter Olympic games made in Burma.
"Thousands (in China) owe their jobs to Mitt Romney's companies."
"For his first interview as president, Barack Obama chose Arab TV for an apology."
The United States can immediately tap a domestic energy resource of "more than 1.5 trillion barrels of oil, six times more than Saudi Arabia."
"Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are negotiating with the United Nations about doing a treaty that will ban the use of firearms."
"When we took office, let me remind you, there was virtually no international pressure on Iran."
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