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March 27, 2012
Russia’s Medvedev hits back after Romney comments
"Smacked of Hollywood": In the aftermath of President Obama’s awkward hot mic incident yesterday, his chief re-election rival, Mitt Romney, claimed that Russia was America’s “number one geopolitical foe." Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, the man Obama was talking to during yesterday’s gaffe, didn’t take so kindly to that assertion. "It’s 2012, not the mid-1970s, and whatever party he belongs to, he must take the existing realities into account," he said, adding that the presidential field ought to "rely on reason, use their heads… that’s not harmful for a presidential candidate." Of course, should Romney win in 2012, he won’t be even dealing with Medvedev – it’ll be incoming President Vladimir Putin, back in Russia’s top spot after a four-year absence. (Photo by World Economic Forum) source
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"Smacked of Hollywood": In the aftermath of President Obama’s awkward hot mic incident yesterday, his chief re-election rival, Mitt Romney, claimed that Russia was America’s “number one geopolitical foe." Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, the man Obama was talking to during yesterday’s gaffe, didn’t take so kindly to that assertion. "It’s 2012, not the mid-1970s, and whatever party he belongs to, he must take the existing realities into account," he said, adding that the presidential field ought to "rely on reason, use their heads… that’s not harmful for a presidential candidate." Of course, should Romney win in 2012, he won’t be even dealing with Medvedev – it’ll be incoming President Vladimir Putin, back in Russia’s top spot after a four-year absence. (Photo by World Economic Forum) source

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