Romney announces his national security team
October 6th, 2011
02:30 PM ET

Romney announces his national security team

A day before he gives a speech unveiling his foreign policy stance at The Citadel, Republican candidate Mitt Romney just released a list of national security and foreign policy advisory team replete with Bush-era names.

Among those on the  list – former Department of Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff and former Director of the CIA and National Security Agency Michael Hayden to advise on counterterrorism and intelligence. Former Foreign Policy advisor Dan Senor. Eric Edelman will advise on counter-proliferation and former Pentagon comptroller Dov Zakheim on defense policy.


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