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-- head touched on some of that the criticism the president is receiving.
-- -- Shannon Bream has that part of the story.
Appearing in New York with former mayor Rudy Giuliani today.
Presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney marked the one year anniversary of al-Qaeda leader -- some -- -- -- death by applauding the intelligence community the military and their commander in chief.
I acknowledged actually a year ago when when this was announced that the president deserve credit for the decision -- -- I continue to believe that.
And and certainly would have taken that action myself.
Romney's comments follow the president's Monday remarks from the White House.
Seemingly suggesting that Ronnie has flipped on the issue of whether or not he would've gone into Pakistan after bin Laden.
Earlier today -- he said he was disappointed that the president was using this anniversary as a political football.
Ronnie said that his 2007 position with the same as Joseph Biden's.
I thought it was a mistake of him as a candidate for the presidency of the United States to announce that he would go -- -- -- this to say a week as I did we reserve the the right to go where we feel is appropriate to secure the interest of the United States of America -- Hard the president to make -- calls.
When no one else can do.
The -- fourth seems to stem from a web -- released by the Obama campaign highlighting the president's decision to launch the successful strike against bin Laden.
The added sparked backlash from a diverse group of critics Obama supporter Arianna Huffington called it despicable.
It took offense to the ad's suggestion that Romney would not to take in similar actions that -- -- No way to know.
And whether Romney would have been as decisive.
And that to actually speculated that human being used to mean not their -- around campaigns are neither side.
Republican Senator John McCain the man who went head to head with mr.
Obama in 2008.
-- the president is taking credit for something any commander in chief would have done.
I've had a great honor of serving in the company of heroes you you know the thing about heroes.
They don't brag.
Just days after the mission -- Defense Secretary Robert Gates worried that in celebrating the victory insiders were too busy taking credit.
And not focusing on the security of the military personnel involved.
A week ago Sunday in the situation room we all agreed that we would.
Not released any operational -- -- from.
The effort to take out bin Laden.
That all fell apart on Monday.
The next day.
Also today bill -- the man who was the White House chief of staff when bin Laden was killed gave credit to the agencies around the world who contributed to the mission adding quote.
The president has a right to celebrate this -- -- -- -- -- --
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