Romney campaign: Obama should 'learn to be an American'

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July 18, 2012 01:09

 
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NORTH HUNTINGDON, Pa.- Republican Mitt Romney's campaign unleashed new attacks on President Barack Obama on Tuesday, with one of Romney's surrogates saying he wished Obama "would learn to be an American" before apologizing with in hours for the remark.

On a conference call with reporters, former New Hampshire Governor John Sununu blasted Obama and his campaign, calling them a "bunch of liars."

"I wish the president would learn how to be an American," Sununu said, although he backed away from that comment.

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