Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney called President Obama "inexperienced and naïve" in light of the administration's reversal on military trials for suspected terrorists.

“An inexperienced and naïve president has finally reversed himself on Guantanamo and terrorist trials; let’s hope he sees the light on his other flawed policies," Romney said in a statement.

Romney, a possible GOP presidential candidate, hammered Obama after Attorney General Eric Holder announced that top suspected terrorists, like alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, wouldn't be tried in civilian courts on U.S. soil, as was initially planned.

Suspects will instead face trials before military tribunals in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.