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Pundits Declare Romney Campaign In Disarray (VIDEO)

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GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney was roundly criticized by foreign policy hands from both parties for his statements on the violence at American embassies in Libya and Egypt, and the media quickly began speculating that the campaign was in crisis.

The pile on continued Sunday with a piece in Politico detailing the turmoil inside the campaign. By Monday, the conclusion was set and it took hold across the networks.

Take a look at our compilation of the hand-wringing and unsolicited advising that has come to dominate the Romney campaign’s recent coverage.

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