Candidates Target Obama on Foreign Policy

A hint of how President Obama will be responding to the Republican candidates.
1:24 | 12/11/11

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Whatever it ABC's Christiane Amanpour the anchor of ABC's this week in. Christiane a hint of how President Obama will be responding to the Republican candidates particularly. Their criticism of his handling of foreign policy -- wanted to take a listen get your reaction here in the backside. Republican candidates. Taken -- mature approach to foreign policy particularly the Middle East and Israel and he's you. He's interaction. Ask Osama bin Laden and the point two out of thirty top -- Qaeda leaders have been taken off the field. Whether or engage and appeasement. -- workers left after. Ask them about it. Christiane do you suspect this was a hint of the strategy to come from this White House. Possibly because on the vital issue of national security the president has really inoculated himself his administration and the Democratic Party. On an issue of national security that the Republicans always accusing Democrats of being weak on so having taken out Osama bin Laden and any number of al-Qaeda leaders and having conducted the most -- strikes of any president sent -- more than President Bush. He's really put that to rest and some Republican strategists admit that as well the same time. These Republican candidates -- sort of drawing the ten didn't when it comes to foreign policy not wanting any intervention.

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