During a CBS interview while on a trip to Israel, Mitt Romney refused multiple opportunities to criticize President Obama's foreign policy in the region, evoking the phrase "politics ends at the water's edge."
"While I'm on foreign soil, I just don't feel that I should be speaking about differences with regards to myself and President Obama on foreign policy," he said in the interview that aired Sunday on "Face The Nation." "Are there differences between us? Of course."
He said he's explicated his foreign policy and differences with Obama in earlier speeches but argued that it wouldn't be appropriate to do so while in Israel.