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Romney, Obama Mark A Year Since Bin Laden's Death

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Tuesday is the one year anniversary of the Special Forces mission in Pakistan that led to the killing of Osama bin Laden. The daring nighttime raid ended a ten-year manhunt. It was a triumph for the military, the intelligence community and the Commander in Chief. Predictably, with the presidential campaign in full swing, the Obama team is drawing attention to the anniversary while the Romney campaign complains the White House is "politicizing" the event. On Tuesday, Mitt Romney went to a fire house in New York City to make that point — a rather political setting itself. Audie Cornish talks to Mara Liasson for more.
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