Responding to Mitt Romney's recent comments that there were some "disconcerting" logistical issues in preparation for the Olympics Games in London, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (Dramatic-Nev.) said "it's not good" for Romney "to go over and insult everybody."
Romney made the remark in an interview with NBC on Wednesday while in London ahead of the Games.
As a wise man and now unofficial adviser to the Romney campaign, Reid also told the Huffington Post how he would have handled questions on the Olympics.
"I would go there and I would say, 'They have done a remarkably good job. I know how they have been hurt with the economy. But they have done this. I have done it myself. It's so hard to do, and they have done a remarkably good job.' That's what they should have done. He would have been cheered and not have the mayor, before 60,000 people, belittle one of our major party nominees. And that's what the mayor did."