Romney: ‘No question’ I would’ve been a better president than Obama
© Greg Nash

Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt RomneyWillard (Mitt) Mitt RomneyDemocratic-linked group runs ads in Kansas GOP Senate primary Illinois House Republican leader won't attend GOP convention in Florida: 'It's not going to be a safe environment' Judge seeks copy of order commuting Roger Stone sentence MORE blasted President Obama on Sunday for his response to the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), saying there’s “no question” he would’ve been a better president.

"Before you can take decisive action, you need to first talk decisively," Romney said in an interview with Chris Wallace on "Fox News Sunday."


Romney was criticizing Obama for a recent press conference when the president said that there was "no strategy" to confront ISIS.

"I think the president is really out of touch with reality with what's going on in the world," Obama said.

Romney insisted he wasn't running for president in 2016.

Obama said in an interview broadcast Sunday he plans to address the threat posed by ISIS on Wednesday, vowing to "hunt down" the terrorists.

Obama said on NBC's "Meet the Press" that the U.S. will track down ISIS "wherever they are."

“What I'm going to be asking the American people to understand is, number one, this is a serious threat,” Obama said about the Wednesday speech. “Number two, we have the capacity to deal with it.”