Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Sunday suggested that he had a power to "see the future," and could have stopped Russia from invading Crimea if he had been elected in 2012.
"The president's naïveté with regards to Russia, and his faulty judgement about Russia's intentions and objectives has led to a number of foreign policy challenges that we face," Romney opined to CBS host Bob Schieffer on Sunday's edition of Face the Nation. "And unfortunately not having anticipated Russia's intentions, the president wasn't able to shape the kinds of events that may have been able to prevent the kinds of circumstances that you're seeing in the Ukraine, as well as the things that you're seeing in Syria."
"I think effective leaders typically are able to see the future to a certain degree, and are able to take actions to shape it in some way," he added. "And that's, of course, what this president has failed to do. And as secretary of state, Hillary Clinton as well."
"There's always the potential that we could have kept them from invading a country and annexing it into their own."