Vice President Joe Biden defended President Obama's foreign policy record in a campaign speech at New York University Thursday.
Biden commended the president for winding down the war in Iraq and killing Osama bin Laden. He then took aim at Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, saying his foreign policy is "stuck in the Cold War era."
Former GOP presidential candidate Rep. Michele Bachmann took issue with Vice President Biden's point of view.
"President Obama is more responsible for the rise of Sharia in the Middle East. It isn't Arab Spring, it's Sharia ascendancy," she said after returning from a trip to Afghanistan.
"He's excited the Islamists to embrace Sharia not only in the Middle East, but here in the United States," Bachmann continued. "And he's forcing our State Department, our military, and our FBI to bow to the demands of Sharia law."
Bachmann gave the president credit for taking out bin Laden, but said the damage done between the U.S. and Israel, and allowing the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood have been huge blunders for the administration.