MERRIMACK, N.H. (AP) _ Republican presidential hopeful Sam Brownback is criticizing President Bush and two GOP rivals, saying
the presidency isn't a foreign policy classroom.
Brownback's criticism was aimed at rivals Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee, both former governors. But he also took a jab at the man they all want to replace, former Texas Governor George W. Bush.
The Kansas Republican arrived in New Hampshire today, fresh off a third-place finish in the Iowa straw poll Saturday. Romney placed first, followed by Huckabee.
Brownback said the nation needs a leader that can "walk more humbly and a lot more wisely than the current president."
Brownback is a former member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
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