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And this turmoil in the Middle East is the big -- this -- that's right Bill O'Reilly and -- -- talking about how this could actually -- and -- impacting the presidential election.
-- saying that this is now an opportunity for Mitt Romney to show exactly where he stands listen to -- I think it depends to some extent bill on how long -- -- this is this browsing in the middle in this this wave of violence in the Middle East continue.
If it dies out in a matter a weeks things get quickly forgotten today's news cycles are accelerated.
And this may pass in two.
Into the pass.
Government but it also depends to some extent on how much of an issue the Romney campaign was to megabit dynamic donated -- -- -- -- got to go to town on it.
Well let's look at what's what's happened he made one statement last week -- prove highly controversial probably in political terms not at all successful.
Although probably more successful of the public that it was with the media which doesn't like him anyway.
But I would but.
The question is is he gonna follow that up -- -- gonna make a major speed with -- you -- no would -- -- would you if you were him would you follow it up all bill I think it.
For a man who's challenging a sitting president.
-- got to pass a couple of tests surely one of them -- foreign policy authority and foreign policy the ability to converse on foreign policy.
Something happens in the world something major the murder of an ambassador a wave of violence in the Middle East.
It seems to meet we need to hear from Romney perhaps at some links about what his what his overall view -- this is.
And how should Romney do that well Brett went on to say that if he were governor Romney.
He'd -- a major speech or hold a press conference and -- welcome back.
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