WIRE-BLOOMBERG  ·   July 3, 2012

Obama and Romney Invoke Opponents to Make Cases

- Lauding the prominent elder statesmen from the opposing party has become a regular feature of the 2012 presidential race with President Barack Obama invoking former rival John McCain and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney using Bill Clinton to score points against Obama during recent appearances on the campaign trail. (Source: Bloomberg) ()

- Lauding the prominent elder statesmen from the opposing party has become a regular feature of the 2012 presidential race with President Barack Obama invoking former rival John McCain and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney using Bill Clinton to score points against Obama during recent appearances on the campaign trail. (Source: Bloomberg) ()

Obama and Romney Invoke Opponents to Make Cases (0:50)

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