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The latest Pew Research Center survey published on Oct. 18 shows that American voters would like the Obama administration to get tougher on China with regard to economic and trade issues. Eighteen months ago, the American public favored a more diplomatic approach with the Middle Kingdom.
The way the Obama administration reacted in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, has seriously affected the electorate’s opinion of the incumbent president’s handling of foreign policy issues according to the latest Fox News survey.
Texas Congressman Ron Paul‘s supporters released a new video on Wednesday which features a voter questioning Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney back in January 2012 about his strategy to convince Dr. Paul‘s backers to vote for him. The 85-second video, entitled”A Reminder to Mitt Romney From Ron Paul,” also features conservative political commentator Laura Ingraham.
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney strongly criticized President Barack Obama after he suggested on Monday that the unrest and numerous deaths in North Africa, the Middle East and parts of Asia were simply “bumps in the road.” Mr. Obama was speaking on CBS’s 60 Minutes program.