July 26th, 2012
09:04 PM ET

Romney silent on foreign policy while overseas: "I am not going to delve into foreign policy prescriptions"

Erin Burnett discusses with CNN contributors David Frum and James Carville about Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney's refusal to talk about his foreign policy while travelling overseas.

Romney foreign swing underway as candidate meets with British leaders

Mitt Romney described his Thursday meetings with British political leaders as "enlightening and instructive" on the first day of his nearly week-long foreign tour.

Britain has long been considered the top ally of the United States, and Romney made clear he understood the importance of the relationship following a meeting with British Prime Minister David Cameron.

"I have enjoyed the personal opportunity to come to know a number of the members of the leadership here in Great Britain," Romney said outside 10 Downing Street. "I can tell you that I also feel as Americans do across our nation a special relationship with the nation of Great Britain and with the people here."


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