The Hill's Justin Sink reports on the continued controversy over Mitt Romney's claim that Russia is the United States' leading foe.
Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) blasted Mitt Romney as "naive" and "inappropriately threatening" to Russia after the presumptive Republican nominee called the country a "foe" of the United States.
The comments were made in response to Romney's assertion that President Obama had shown "breathtaking weakness" toward Moscow after a highly publicized open-mic gaffe in March.
.... “I think that candidate Romney has been breathtakingly off target, and naive and in fact wrong in his judgment about Russia when he said Russia is our number one foe. I cannot think of any statement that frankly is more inappropriately threatening and simply wrong by any calculus than that," Kerry told Bloomberg.