The Hill: Former Top Army General Slams Romney’s National Security Credentials
Truman Senior Advisor Mark Jacobson in the Hill:
Former four-star general Wesley Clark joined the chorus of Democratic voices on Monday calling into question presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s credentials on foreign policy and national security.
Joined by former House Democrat an Army veteran Rep. Pat Murphy, the one-time commander of U.S. forces in Europe broadsided Romney’s emerging national security strategy as a collection of “tired and hackneyed phrases from the Cold War.”
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