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Mitt and Ann Romney, seen here from March of last year, do damaging damage control like only they can do during their Sunday interview with Fox News' Chris...
Mitt and Ann Romney, seen here from March of last year, do damaging damage control like only they can do during their Sunday interview with Fox News' Chris...
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Top story: Mitt and Ann Romney certainly stepped in it much worse during campaign 2012. But their extended interview with Chris Wallace on “Fox News Sunday” shows they haven’t lost their ability to give comedians material and Republicans heartburn.

  • If you missed the interview you can catch it online. (Part I) and (Part II) and (Part III).
  • “Summing up that Romney interview in just four words: Unable to move on.” (Mark Murray)
  • “Romney still believes his 47% comments were not wrong but were ‘twisted’ and ‘distorted’”. (Ben White)
  • Ann Romney: “I believe it was the media’s fault as well. He was not…being given a fair shake. People weren’t allowed to really see him for who he was.” (National Review)
  • “Ann Romney still blaming media. Wow. I lost count of stories she and Mitt refused to participate in, even on their generosity and charity.” (Michael Barbaro)
  • “Ann Romney blames media for not showing the real Mitt. Not media’s fault. His campaign kept real Mitt off the record & hidden.” (Philip Rucker)
  • “Mitt Romney still sounding a far more conservative note than most Republicans on immigration reform: “People who have come here illegally should not be given a special pathway to permanent residency or citizenship in this country merely because they’ve come here illegally.” (The Fix)
  • “Mitt Romney said Sunday that the 2010 healthcare law was crucial in turning out minority and low-income voters for President Obama.” So, yeah, Romney still knows how to charm the average non-millionaire. (The Hill)
  • And, yes, Mitt truly, honestly, sincerely woke up on Election Day and thought he’d win. (Associated Press)
  • Imagine Romney winning, though, and this story about the casino owned by one of his biggest backers, Sheldon Adelson, admitting to a violation of an anti-bribery law. (The New York Times)
  • Oh, and Ann Romney finally admits to the big rumors of 2012: Yes, she was invited on “Dancing with the Stars”, but she declined. (The Detroit News)
  • “Ann Romney tells Chris Wallace that if her husband were president, the country would not be facing sequestration.” (Kasie Hunt)
  • Much like during 2012 conservative Bill Kristol is more than willing to take a swipe at Mitt Romney after a pitiful performance. (Mediaite)

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