President Obama rebuffed Gov. Mitt Romney on foreign policy at a G20 summit press conference in Los Cabos, Mexico Tuesday evening, saying that traditionally "America's political differences end at the water's edge."
Obama was prompted by a question about an op-ed written by Romney economic adviser R. Glenn Hubbard in Germany last month, in which Hubbard criticized the administration for its handling of the Eurozone debt fiasco.
"We have one president at a time," Obama responded, per Politico. "And one administration at a time. Traditionally the notion has been that America's political differences end at the water's edge."
"I'd also suggest that he may not be familiar with what our arguments to the Germans have been," Obama added.