Mitt Romney’s campaign adviser Tara Wall had trouble providing clarity on the Republican candidate’s during a recent appearance on MSNBC. Wall was asked to explain what strategy Romney would employ to lead the war in Afghanistan. The campaign adviser appeared to be unclear about the policy herself, failing to provide an adequate explanation of Mitt Romney’s plan. Think Progress Security reports:

Amid charges that Mitt Romney’s Afghanistan policy is, as Foreign Policy recently put it, “unclear and confusing,” Romney campaign adviser Tara Wall on MSNBC this morning could not provide any details on what presumptive GOP presidential nominee plans to do about the war there should he become president.

Noting that Romney is about to embark on a short trip abroad later this month, host Luke Russert relayed a recent report that two top Republican senators couldn’t explain Romney’s Afghanistan policy and wondered if he has to be more specific. At first, Wall appeared confused, eventually saying — and in keeping with the Romney campaign’s reported policy — she didn’t want to “get into the details” and then tried to shift the conversation back to the economy.

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