WASHINGTON (WKOW) -- Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney says the U.S. should take a more assertive role in Syria, put conditions on aid to Egypt and tighten sanctions on Iran.
Romney plans to attack President Barack Obama's foreign policy when he addresses the Virginia Military Institute Monday morning.
In advance excerpts of his speech, Romney accuses Obama of "passivity" and says the U.S. should help arm rebels in Syria.
The Obama campaign says Romney has been "an unmitigated disaster on foreign policy every time he sticks his toe in the foreign policy waters."
A new Obama TV ad calls Romney "reckless" and "amateurish" on foreign policy questions.
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