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And it's time now -- look at who's talking a lot of reaction to President Obama this morning while campaigning in Ohio the president's Republican challengers Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan.
Both sat down with Fox's Carl Cameron Carl getting their reaction to the recent attacks in Libya and asking Romney and Ryan.
It may think the president downplayed the situation for.
I think when the president said the developments in the Middle East.
I like bumps in the road I think he badly misunderstand the nature what's happening in the Middle East that just the assassination of our diplomats.
But a Muslim Brotherhood leader becoming the president of Egypt.
120000 people being killed in Syria and Iran moving towards nuclear capability that the developments in the Middle East are far from being bumps in the road game.
-- I would say this is part of the story of what we project weakness overseas.
By gutting the military with the president's devastating defense cuts.
-- some equivocation when you speak.
Oversees about these issues if projects weakness.
And when American -- weakness our adversaries are more willing to test us they have more an incentive to attack us and our allies are less willing to trust us.
And so what we see the culmination of the Obama foreign -- -- -- projection of weakness we disagree with that we believe in peace to shrink we believe -- speaking with moral clarity of firmness of purpose.
Overseas so that we are resolute.
-- -- for resolute that our adversaries will be less willing to test us and our allies will be more willing to trust us.
-- Romney's campaign surrogate and former New Hampshire governor John Sununu also talking.
He's hitting the president over missing daily intelligence briefings.
Look let me tell you what the big problem with this president is in my opinion he is absolutely.
And detached from his job when he doesn't go and attend 60%.
Of the detailed presidential daily briefings that come from the CIA.
And thinks -- can just skim it skimmed the summary paper on and on his iPad instead of sitting down and engaging in what I.
I was in a White House would George Herbert Walker Bush.
He took that -- every day.
Bush took it every day and I believe that Bill Clinton took it every day.
This president thinks he's smarter than those guys and he doesn't have to engage in the discussion.
That's the most important half hour of the day for president who -- to protect the security the united.
-- and after all of this controversy it is now being reported that President Obama is now attending 100%.
Of his intelligence briefings.
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