'Those Are Acts of War,' Says Nixon Foreign Policy Adviser

By Susan Jones | September 12, 2012 | 8:19 AM EDT

(CNSNews.com) - Bruce Herschensohn, a foreign policy adviser to President Richard Nixon, says the attacks on U.S. property in Egypt and Libya are acts of war.

If the player does not load, please check that you are running the latest version of Adobe Flash Player.

"These are all acts of war," Herschensohn told Fox News. "A U.S. embassy should be as safe as your living room. If you're overseas and you go to an embassy of a foreign country, you are in that foreign country. And by all international law, those are acts of war."

Herschensohn also had some advice for President Obama: "For God's sake, stay home and be commannder in chief," he said.