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Recorded: Tue 01 May 2012, 19:32 GMT
Released: Tue 01 May 2012, 21:19 GMT

Subject(s):
- politics

Location: New York, UNITED STATES (USA)

New York, UNITED STATES (USA), Tue 01 May 2012, 19:32 GMT

REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE MITT ROMNEY IN NEW YORK CITY MEETING WITH FORMER MAYOR RUDY GIULIANI.
THE TWO MEN VISITING A FIREHOUSE WHERE THE CITY HAD SET UP ITS FIRST RESPONSE CENTER AFTER THE SEPTEMBER ELEVEN ATTACKS.
THEY WERE MARKING THE ONE-YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF THE U-S ATTACK THAT KILLED OSAMA BIN LADEN.
THE FORMER MASSACHUSETTS GOVERNOR ALSO RESPONDED TO CRITICISM FROM THE OBAMA CAMPAIGN...OVER WHETHER ROMNEY WOULD'VE ORDERED THE SAME ATTACK.
A HECKLER ALSO INTERRUPTED PARTS OF THE PRESS CONFERENCE.
ROMNEY says: "It's good to be here with Mayor Giuliani and obviously he's a man who is respected and admired by members of this station. The mayor indicated that some 11 men lost their lives on 9/11 from this station. This is a place of significance for the people of New York, but also for the people of our country. And I wanted to come here today, and was happy to be here with the mayor and express our appreciation to the men and women who serve in the firefighters and among first responders here in New York and to acknowledge the special place that this is."
ROMNEY says: "It's an honor to be here with the mayor to acknowledge these men and women who serve as our first responders who rush to danger as opposed to rushing from it, and this of course is on the anniversary of the day of when Osama Bin Laden finally was taken out. And we respect and admire the many people who were part of that. From the president who authorized that attack to the intelligence community that worked on it for so many years to identify where he was. And of course to the members of our armed services, particularly SEAL Team Six, that took the extraordinary risk of going into Pakistan and removing one of the world's worse characters."
ROMNEY says: "Of course I would have ordered taking out Osama Bin Laden, of course. This is a person who had done terrible harm to America, and who represented a continuing threat to civilized people throughout the world. And had I been president of the United States I would have made the same decision the president made, which was to remove him. And I acknowledged this actually a year ago when this was announced that the president deserved credit for the decision he made, and I continue to believe that, and certainly would have taken that action myself."

ROMNEY ALSO REPORTEDLY MET WITH CURRENT MAYOR MICHAEL BLOOMBERG...TO DISCUSS EDUCATION REFORM, THE ECONOMY, AMONG OTHER ISSUES.







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