Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright criticized Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney Sunday, calling him "two-dimensional."
"He is so two-dimensional. I mean, up close and personal, there's just nothing going on," Albright told the crowd at a Women for Obama rally in Columbus, Ohio, according to NBC News.
Albright went on to say "it's unclear" what Romney "really believes in," and noted she was not impressed with his remarks during the recent Clinton Global Initiative in New York.
She also raised questions over Romney's now-infamous "47 percent" remarks, saying they "diminish us in many different ways." Voters seem to share Albright's stance -- a recent wave of polls suggests voters viewed Romney less favorably as a result of the video.
Albright previously criticized Romney in early September for his stance on women's issues.
"Frankly, I don’t understand -- I mean, I'm obviously a card-carrying Democrat -- but I can't understand why any woman would want to vote for Mitt Romney, except maybe Mrs. Romney," Albright told HuffPost's Sam Stein during the 2012 Democratic National Convention.