Romney: White House sent 'mixed signals' on attack
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney accused President Barack Obama's administration of standing in apology for American values when it should have been voicing outrage, as he looked for political advantage in the deadly protests that caused a breach of the U.S. Embassy in Egypt and left four Americans dead in Libya.
The GOP nominee offered no regret for criticizing the president in the midst of an unfolding international crisis.
"It's never too early to condemn attacks on Americans and to defend our values," Romney said in a hastily called news conference at a campaign office in a Jacksonville strip mall.
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