Monday, August 27, 2012

Mitt Romney's Convention Interviews on Fox News Sunday

At The Right Scoop, "FULL INTERVIEWS: Mitt Romney on Fox News Sunday."

And at the Wall Street Journal, "Romney: Obama Wages ‘Campaign of Anger’":

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney said Barack Obama’s political struggles can be chalked up to the president’s “campaign of anger and divisiveness,” which Mr. Romney said was a sharp contrast to the Obama message of 2008.

“I think his whole campaign has been about dividing the American people,” Mr. Romney said on “Fox News Sunday” with Chris Wallace. “I think it’s one of the reasons why his campaign, despite spending massively more than our campaign, that his campaign hasn’t gained the traction that he would have expected. I think people have seen this campaign of character assassination and divisiveness as being very different than the campaign of hope and change that he ran on originally,” Mr. Romney said.

The most recent Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll found Mr. Obama leading Mr. Romney 48% to 44%, which was within the margin of error.

In an interview at Mr. Romney’s summer home ahead of the Republican national convention, the candidate touched on several other key topics...
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And the Washington Post's new poll has Romney up 47 to 46 percent, via Michelle Fields on Twitter.