Mitt Romney is weighing a foreign policy tour at the end of the month, according to Politico.
The tour would begin with an address at the VFW convention later this month in Reno, Nevada, sources told Politico. Romney would then travel to London for the kick-off of the Olympic games and to give a speech on U.S. foreign policy. From there, Romney would fly to Israel, Germany, and Poland.
Sources told Politico plans for the trip, which is reminiscent of then-Sen. Barack Obama's overseas trip during the summer of 2008, will be finalized this week.
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