Former Cincinnati Bengal Anthony Munoz speaking at Romney rally in Lebanon, OH (Photo taken by Sarah Huisenga, CBS News & National Journal)

Former Cincinnati Bengal Anthony Munoz speaking at Romney rally in Lebanon, OH (Photo taken by

Ann and Mitt deplane with Paul Ryan in MI (both Ann & Paul boarded to say hi upon landing). Protesters near Romney at Mich event yelled: “where are the tax returns?” (Photos taken by Sarah Huisenga, CBS News and National Journal)

There was a new sign on the podium for Mitt Romney’s speech in Israel…in English and Hebrew. Behind the podium where Romney spoke in Jerusalem, there was a phenomenal view of the old city. Protesters across the street from Romney’s hotel in Jerusalem yell “Free Pollard now!” (Photos by Sarah Huisenga, CBS News and National Journal)

Mitt Romney  commented on the New York Times Ricketts story and  is taking questions from the press. (Photos by Sarah Huisenga)

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