Mitt Romney questions British Olympic solidarity

Quote of the day: 'Do they come together and celebrate the Olympic moment? That's something we can only find out once the games begin.' Mitt Romney is on a trip to London this week to meet the British political leadership, and took a moment this morning to question British enthusiasm for the Games. He pointed to 'a few things which were disconcerting', such as the G4S debacle and the threat of strikes by the UK Border Agency.

by Michael Northcott
Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013
Give us a chance to get it right before getting judgmental, Romney. And try to address Ed Miliband by his name, instead of calling him 'Mr Leader'. You're not the president yet...

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