Romney: Where’s Obama on Iran?
Interviewed on “This Week,” Mitt Romney called on Barack Obama to speak out about the Iranian election.
Mitt Romney, a once and maybe future presidential candidate, calls Iran’s presidential results “a fraud” and urged President Barack Obama to speak out against the disputed re-election of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Obama, Romney said Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” should “indicate that this has been a terribly managed decision by the autocratic regime in Iran.”
The former Republican Massachusetts governor also used the Iranian results to broaden his indictment of Obama, saying “it’s very clear that the president’s policies of going around the world and apologizing for America are not working.”
Meanwhile, tens of thousands of Iranians celebrated the election results in a huge victory rally in Tehran.