Thursday, December 8, 2011

Mitt Romney interview with the Washington Examiner editorial board (FULL AUDIO 11-07-11)

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, who trails former House Speaker Newt Gingrich by double digits in key early states, told The Washington Examiner on Wednesday that he believes he can still clinch the nomination by winning contests later in the primary calendar and by waiting for Gingrich’s newfound popularity to fade.

In a wide-ranging interview with The Examiner’s editorial board, the former Massachusetts governor said he couldn’t explain why his poll numbers have remained stagnant while a succession of other GOP candidates have surged ahead of him. But he predicts Gingrich, the latest to supercede him in the polls, will suffer the fate of the rest and eventually will fall behind him again. Romney admits, though, that the contest could stretch out for months.
The full story is HERE and the AUDIO from the interview is below:

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Anonymous said...

I thought Romney was afraid of the press. He didn't sound like it here.

Great interview.


Noelle said...

This was a high quality interview. The questioners were informed, and asked challenging, probing questions. Mitt Romney was forthcoming, bold, and stayed on topic. Good job to all of the participants.

Anonymous said...

Bosman, did you see the spread in Parade magazine this past weekend about the Romney family? It was really great. I thought you might want to link to it from this site.