The presidential hopeful wraps up his overseas trip today with a foreign policy speech in Warsaw.
Monday, Romney picked up an endorsement from Lech Walesa, the legendary leader of Poland's solidarity movement who invited Romney to Poland.
"Governor Romney, get your success. Be successful," Walesa said.
But Romney is also being criticized for comments he made at a fundraiser in Israel Monday morning. Speaking to donors, Romney said Israel is far better off economically than neighboring Palestine because of cultural reasons.
A palestinian spokesman called the comment "racist". The White House called Romney's statement a "head scratcher."
"One of the challenges of being an actor on the international stage, particularly when you're traveling to such a sensitive part of the world, is that your comments are very closely scrutinized," said Josh Earnest, deputy White House press secretary.
Here in the U.S., President Obama spent the evening raising money. He told 60 high dollar donors that as the summer ends, he will begin to lay out his plans for a second term in the White House.
At the Nomad Hotel in Manhattan, the president said he would use the last 99 days until election day to let voters "know not just what they're voting against but also what they're voting for."
The president also defended the use of negative ads , saying presidential elections are historically messy
The president raised $2.4 million at the New York City fundraiser Monday night.
(Susan McGinnis, CBS News)