By speaking to Muslim countries, the president gives support to those who don't believe the official account of 9/11, says former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney.
"I saw even Ahmadinejad is now saying 9/11 is a fabrication," Romney told Fox News' Chris Wallace.
"These sorts of voices should not receive any kind of support from the words of the president of the United States."
On what critics are calling a "foreign policy mythology" book tour, Romney is repeatedly spinning several falsehoods about Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan.
In Romney's new book "No Apology: The Case for American Greatness" he writes: "President Obama has positioned himself as a figure transcending America instead of defending America... What makes his speeches jump out at his audience are the steady stream of criticisms, put-downs, and jabs directed at the nation he was elected to represent and defend."
Romney says he's glad the Patriot Act was extended, but Obama's "Apology Tour" was a mistake.
Wallace did not ask Romney about his tan.
This video is from Fox's Fox News Sunday, broadcast March 7, 2010.