Mitt Plays Up Delegate Advantage

In testy interview with Megyn Kelly, Romney dismisses Gingrich’s charge he’s a weak frontrunner.

Bay Stater: “Well, if I’m a weak frontrunner, what does that make Newt Gingrich? I’ve got, I think, twice as many delegates…. I got more delegates than anyone else. This is a process of becoming the nominee, and we’re pursuing that in an intelligent way.”

Asked about his wealth and his ability to relate to voters, ex-CEO says, “Megyn, guess what? I made a lot of money. I’ve been very successful. I’m not going to apologize for that.”

Interview ends with hard toss to commercial break with Romney mid-explanation on his healthcare plan.

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