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We'll see at the forefront as we gear up for the third and final presidential debate in this one.
-- could be a big game changer coming out only two weeks before Election Day we saw what happened.
Round one now we've moved around three.
Senior White House foreign affairs correspondent Wendell Goler is that the State Department today -- good morning to you how should we expect governor Romney to challenge the president.
On foreign policy do you believe.
-- -- we can expect the governor to challenge the president two accusing them.
Not being tough enough on Iran or China and not supportive enough of Israel of the rebels fighting to overthrow.
Syrian president Bashar Al Assad also accuse them of being slow to admit.
The terrorist attack at the US consulate -- been Ghazi Libya.
That claimed the lives of ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans now in Tuesday's debate that prompted a controversial exchange.
-- moderator candy -- In general governor Romney will say that mr.
Obama has squandered America's leadership especially in the Middle East.
We have Iran for years closer to a nuclear bomb.
Syria Syria's not just the tragedy of 30000.
Civilians being killed by a military but also a strategic.
-- strategically significant player for America that the president's policies throughout the Middle East began with an apology tour.
And and and pursue a strategy -- leading from behind and the strategies unraveling before our very eyes.
Governor Romney will almost certainly repeat the Ronald Reagan foreign policy -- pro peace through strength built how will the president respond on all that you believe when the I expect he will challenge governor Romney to be specific.
About what he'd do differently especially in Iran likely asking him.
If he's ready to go to war there to prevent that country from developing the know how to create a nuclear weapon than he should tell that to a war weary American public.
He will site Israel's defense minister's assertion.
That no US administration has been more supportive.
Obama will say that he's been tougher on China's trade practices than any of his predecessors and as he does in most of his campaign speeches.
He'll say he delivered on the foreign policy from.
He made as a candidate.
Four years ago I told you we'd end the war the rock and I've been.
Well in Afghanistan and we are.
-- focused on the terrorists who actually attacked us on 9/11.
And we haven't been live event.
Had failed a -- lead on foreign policy in polls but that has narrowed substantially in recent days are -- Wendell thank you from the State Department today when Google there.
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