Governor Romney shuffled to the middle on his foreign policy positions last night, attaching himself to many of President Obama's strategies. Now the Romney campaign appears to be racing to change the subject, with Romney's running mate, Rep. Paul Ryann set to deliver his first major policy speech tomorrow on the social safety net, education and upward mobility.
But not so fast -- there is still a lot to unpack from last night. On the show today, we took a deep dive into Romney's abrupt pivot from voicing a neocon–influenced policy to supporting many of the president's actions on al Qaeda, Egypt, Syria, Israel, Iran, Afghanistan and the use of drones. Check out the video above.