Mitt Romney's gaffe-prone world tour continues as it was revealed he was forced to cancel a high-price dinner fundraiser in Israel because it was scheduled for a Jewish day of fasting.
The cultural misstep on his stop in Israel followed a disastrous trip to Britain, where he insinuated that London was not ready for the Olympic games -- receiving cutting rebukes from Prime Minister David Cameron and London Mayor Boris Johnson.
The Republican presidential candidate originally planned a $50,000-a-plate dinner in Israel for Sunday night -- even though today is also Tisha B'Av, a Jewish day to mourn the victim and the Holocaust and the destruction of first and second Temple of Jerusalem.
Sacred visit: Mitt Romney prayed at the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem on Sunday, choosing to visit one of Judaism's holiest sites instead of attending a fundraiser
He must have been wailing when they told old Mittens that he had to go to "some old wall" and cancelling a fundraiser.
I'm surprised after announcing that Jerusalem was the capitol of Israel, he didn't pass a collection plate at the Wailing Wall.