Mitt Romney made a point to congratulate President Obama on the one-year anniversary of the successful mission that killed terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden, but said the suggestion by the president’s campaign team that he wouldn’t have done the same thing was “disappointing.”

“I congratulated the president and the intelligence community, as well as Seal Team Six for their valor in carrying out this direction, so I acknowledge the president’s success and think he has every right to take credit for him having ordered that attack,” Romney said on “CBS This Morning” Tuesday.

“At the same time, I think it was very disappointing for the president to try to make this a political item by suggesting I wouldn’t have ordered such a raid, of course I would have, any thinking American would have ordered the exact same thing.”

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