Today the DNC came out with a new ad aimed at Romney's lack of job creation in the state of Massachusetts. But before Republicans get hung up on who made the ad, they should note that Romney has already been questioned on his actual record.
In June Greta Van Sustern interviewed Donald Trump and asked him if Romney's knowledge of the economy is overstated or understated?
Donald Trump answered saying "When he was governor of MA, MA was not a stellar state-3rd worst record of all the states in employment. A lot of jobs were lost during his tenure. And Frankly, he did not run for re-election for a second term because his poll numbers were so low."
This segment begins at the 6:20 mark and runs through 8:08:
Then we also have fellow Republican candidate Jon Huntsman who criticized Romney for his lack of leadership on job growth:
"I am here to tell you, as you evaluate and look at the candidates, simply analyze where it is they have been and what they have done and what kind of achievements they have to show from their time as a chief executive, and whether it is has applicability nationwide,"
"When you look at the absolute increases in job creation, Utah led the way in the United States in terms of job creation," he said. "That, compared and contrasted with certain other states like Massachusetts, which I will just pull out randomly, not first, but 47th."
As the primary battle heats up, more Republican candidates will attack Romney on his record. This is just a glimpse of what the Democrats have in store for Mitt Romney should he be the eventual nominee who goes up against President Obama.