Mitt Romney is doing damage control this morning after stepping on a few toes during his first few days in London by questioning the city's passion for the Olympics and calling security for the games "disconcerting."
The candidate's comments prompted a slew of negative headlines by the British press, ranging from "Mitt the Twit" in The Sun to "Who Invited Party Pooper Mitt Romney?" in The Daily Mail.
Romney campaign foreign advisor and former Senator Norm Coleman appears on Starting Point today to respond to the backlash Romney has received across the pond.
"The measure of Mitt's visit to the Olympics is not going to be about the headlines in British tabloids," Coleman says. "It's about American people and the American people looking for leadership and Mitt Romney being at the Olympics is a reminder of the kind of leadership they need."