WASHINGTON (CBS) -- Mitt Romney is Poland for the third and final stop on his overseas trip. This morning he wrapped up a tough-talking stop in Israel, meant just as much for voters back home as it was for his audience in Jerusalem.
Mitt Romney got a warm reception in the Polish city of Gdansk. This is the final leg of his three-country overseas tour.
The Republican White House hopeful is trying to bolster is foreign policy credentials. Romney is meeting with several Polish leaders including Prime Minister Donald Tusk, and former President and anti-communist icon Lech Walesa.
President Obama met with Polish leaders last year, although Walesa refused to meet with him.
Romney wrapped up his visit to Israel this morning with a fundraiser. Some of his comments there upset Palestinians. Romney compared the Jewish state to the Palestinian territory, and said the Jewish culture helped Israelis be more economically successful.
He made headlines over the weekend expressing support for Israeli military action against Iranian nuclear efforts. He said, "I respect the right of Israel to defend itself, and we stand with Israel."
Democrats have been critical of Mitt Romney's overseas trip, and say the Republican doesn't have what it takes to be President. Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz says, "(I) think he has demonstrated pretty repeatedly since he has been out of the country that he lacks the experience, he lacks the preparation, and the diplomatic skills to be able to be the Commander-In-Chief."
President Obama hits the campaign trail later today with a fundraiser in New York.