Mitt Romney said Monday morning that President Obama's new trade complaint against China that the president will announce later in the day in Ohio is "too little, too late." Romney promised in a statement not to wait until the last month of his presidency to "stand up to China."
“President Obama has spent 43 months failing to confront China's unfair trade practices. Campaign-season trade cases may sound good on the stump, but it is too little, too late for American businesses and middle-class families. President Obama’s credibility on this issue has long since vanished. I will not wait until the last months of my presidency to stand up to China, or do so only when votes are at stake. From Day One, I will pursue a comprehensive strategy to confront China's unfair trade practices and ensure a level playing field where our businesses can compete and win.”