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Thanks -- -- both candidates today after addressing the Clinton Global Initiative in New York City this morning Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney now heading back out on the campaign trail.
Joining -- running mate congressman Paul Ryan in the battleground state of Ohio this afternoon.
Chief political correspondent Carl Cameron traveling with the governor live in New York City right now.
-- was it expected that Mitt Romney would start the day on foreign policy.
Well -- just in the Clinton Global Initiative virtually guaranteed that and after the terror attacks in Ben -- that left the US ambassador -- The Romney campaign made -- very clear that mr.
Romney would be giving additional foreign policy speeches in the weeks ahead in fact in today's speech to CGI the Clinton Global Initiative group.
-- in -- mentioned that he planned to foreign policy speech probably the next couple weeks.
And we can expected to be particularly critical of the president.
For what Romney has said is hesitant in an adequate assertion of American values overseas during this mounting violence across the Middle East and North Africa.
This morning at this event with President Clinton.
Romney joked about how nice it is occasionally to have an introduction from Bill Clinton and suggested he'll wait for the bounce.
A reference to the one that President Obama got after the Democratic National Convention insofar as Clinton's speech was the one best -- there.
And then Romney holding his partisan punches.
Did talk a lot about the world's problems he's -- that he has a plan to deal with the US foreign aid that would in essence link it to trade.
And for those developing nations that were willing to open their markets there would be monetary and financial aid and assistance that would benefit them in the United States.
An example of how top of the mind it is for this whole entire campaign and the candidate who would help to focus most on jobs and the economy.
He did mention the world hot spots of the problems the doubling the Obama administration is just a sampling.
A lot of Americans.
Including myself are developed -- -- -- troubled by developments.
In the Middle East.
Syria has witnessed the killing give tens of thousands of people.
The president of Egypt is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Our ambassador to Libya was assassinated in a terrorist attack.
Iran is moving toward nuclear weapons capability.
We somehow feel the -- at the mercy of events.
Rather than shaping.
And -- -- -- has argued on the campaign trail for weeks now.
That with him as president the US once again return to shaping world events and spreading democracy in the American view.
Rather than passively watching as.
Violence erupts all over the world.
-- Carl thanks so much so I.
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