While Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney prepared for last night’s debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, 28 miles away, his top fundraisers dialed for dollars at New York’s Waldorf Astoria Hotel.
Mitt Romney broadened his criticism of President Barack Obama’s handling of attacks in the Middle East, saying the killing of four U.S. personnel in Libya shows the failure of the administration’s foreign policy across the globe.
The Republican presidential ticket escalated its attack on President Barack Obama’s foreign policy as the U.S. political debate focused on a topic largely absent from the campaign trail until this week.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and aligned party committees raised more money than President Barack Obama and Democrats for the third straight month, according to statements by both campaigns today.
Vice President Joe Biden’s remark that Republican policies would put middle-income Americans “back in chains” has touched off a partisan sparring match, drawing a rebuke from Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and leaving President Barack Obama to defend his No. 2.