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Kerry hits Romney on foreign policy

Says he is wrong to see Russia as foe

Senator John Kerry and Mitt Romney, the former Bay State governor, have not developed much of a relationship. Senator John Kerry and Mitt Romney, the former Bay State governor, have not developed much of a relationship. (Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff/file 2005)
By Bobby Caina Calvan
Globe Staff / May 26, 2012
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Senator John Kerry slammed Mitt Romney as naive and wrong for asserting that Russia is the nation’s top enemy, saying that the United States has much bigger problems in the Middle East. Kerry, who chairs the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, also criticized the former Massachusetts governor and presumed GOP presidential nominee for being “inappropriately threatening’’ when the two countries should be seeking cooperation on a host of issues.

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