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President Barack Obama, defending his foreign policy record at a time of anti-American rage in the Muslim world, fired back ...
at Republican Mitt Romney as both men appeared on CBS "60 Minutes" on Sunday evening. (Sept. 23)
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[SOT/](SCOTT PELLEY/ 60 MINUTES) How would you ease the anti-American sentiment that we see in the Middle East?(MITT ROMNEY/ R-PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE) Communicate to nations like Egypt, and Egypt is-- if you will, the-- major player, 80 million people, the center of the Arab world. Egypt needs to understand what the rules are. That to remain an ally of the United States, to receive foreign aid from the United States, to receive foreign investment from ourselves and from our friends, I believe, around the world, that they must honor their peace agreement with Israel. That they must also-- show respect and-- provide civil rights for minorities in their country. And they also have to protect-- our embassies I think we also have to communicate that Israel is our ally. Our close ally.STEVE KROFT/ 60 MINUTES Since the Benghazi tragedy, your opponent has attacked you as being weak on national defense and weak on foreign policy. He says you need to be more aggressive in Iran, haven't done enough-- to support the revolt in Syria, and that our friends don't know where we stand, and our enemies think we're weak.PRESIDENT OBAMA: Well, let's see what I've done since I came into office. I said I'd end the war in Iraq. I did. I said that we'd go after Al Qaeda. They've been decimated in the Fatah. That we'd go after Bin Laden. He's gone. So-- I've executed on my foreign policy. And it's one that the American people largely agree with. So-- if Governor Romney-- is suggesting that we should start another war-- he should say so. (****END****) VIDEO PRODUCER: NED BARKER---------------------------VIDEO SOURCE: 60 MINUTES-----------------------VIDEO APPROVAL: NED BARKER----------------------------VIDEO RESTRICTIONS: COURTESY ENTIRE TIME / ONLY 90 SECONDS----------------------------------MARKET EMBARGO (S): NONE--------------------------------SCRIPT/WIRE SOURCE: e1133BC-US--Presidential Campaign, 8th Ld-Writethr