President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign has raised questions about Romney’s willingness to assassinate the former terrorist leader and mastermind of the 9/11 attacks on New York and Washington. Obama authorized the U.S. military raid in Pakistan that ended with bin Laden’s death one year ago this week.
Speaking to reporters in New Hampshire on Monday, Romney said he would have made the same decision.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030′s Ben Parker reports
“Of course. Even Jimmy Carter would have given that order,” Romney said, answering a reporter’s question.
Romney has scheduled an appearance Tuesday in New York City with firefighters and former Mayor Rudy Giuliani to mark the anniversary of bin Laden’s death.
On Sunday, Obama campaign adviser Robert Gibbs said it was unclear whether Romney would have made the same decision as Obama "
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