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Mitt Romney Foreign Policy Embraces War, Americans United For Change Says

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As Mitt Romney delivered his first major foreign policy speech in nine months on Tuesday, liberal advocacy group Americans United for Change released a web video targeting the presumptive Republican presidential nominee for naming foreign policy advisers who worked in President George W. Bush's administration during the unpopular Iraq War.

The video spotlights members of Romney's foreign policy team who led the charge in Iraq, pointing to their miscalculations, false claims and so-called enhanced interrogation techniques.

The video's overall message? "If you liked the war in Iraq, you'll love Mitt Romney's foreign policy."

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