Romney Repeats “Hate”

CBS This Morning
CBS This Morning

So much for de-escalation.

The Republican nominee-presumptive on “CBS This Morning”:

ROMNEY: “If you look at the ads that have been described and the divisiveness based upon income, age, ethnicity and so forth, it’s designed to bring a sense of enmity and jealousy and anger and this is not, in my view, what the American people want to see. I know what I’m running for. I’m running to get America working again, to get good jobs for people with more take home pay. And the President seems to be running just to hang on to power. I think he’ll do anything in his power to try and get reelected. I want to get this country going again. That’s what brought me to the race and hopefully we can have a debate about issues and our differences on issues and contrast in that area. But these personal attacks, I think, are demeaning to the office of the White House and the comments yesterday by the Vice President, I think, just diminish the White House that much more…. I think the comments of this nature sink the White House just a little lower. The American people expect something better from the President than these kind of divisive comments.”

Watch the entire interview here.

Related Topics: Barack Obama, CBS This Morning, Mitt Romney, 2012 Elections, News, Republican Party, The Page

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