Attacks against U.S. diplomatic posts in Libya and Egypt catapult foreign policy to the forefront, with Mitt Romney twice accusing the White House of sympathizing with those who attacked the U.S. embassy in Cairo. The attacks come as a new Reuters/Ipsos poll shows Obama continuing to rate above Romney on foreign policy with American voters.
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