BOCA RATON, Fla. (AP) - Mitt Romney says the Obama administration hasn't done enough to keep Iran from moving toward development of a nuclear weapon.
But in last night's debate in Florida, Romney also stressed that war should be the last option when dealing with Iran. It marked a softening of his more hawkish tone from earlier in the campaign.
The final debate between Romney and President Barack Obama didn't bring the kind of finger-pointing and interrupting that was seen in their debate last week -- and in fact, Romney and Obama found several areas of agreement during the battle over foreign policy.
They each vowed to stand with Israel in the event of an attack from Iran, and both said they oppose U.S. military involvement in Syria.