Mitt Romney appears on Fox News


Mitt Romney waged a spirited battle against President Barack Obama last year in the hopes of besting his Democratic opponent and becoming the new president of the United States. Unfortunately for Mitt, that bid failed as he was soundly defeated by Obama.

Earlier today, Romney and his wife Ann appeared on Fox News, putting the blame for his loss on the liberal media. Of course. Ann said that journalists did not give him “a fair shake and people weren’t allowed to really see him for who he was.” 

The couple sat down to talk to Chris Wallace in their first interview since Obama's November victory.

“I’m happy to blame the media,” Ann said.

“Do you think the media was in the tank for Barack Obama?” asked Wallace.

"I think that any time you are running for office you always think that you are being portrayed unfairly, and, you know, we -- of course, on our side believe there is more bias in favor of the other side," she added. "I think that, you know, that is a pretty universal -- universally felt opinion."

Mitt talked about the sequester, putting the blame for it directly on Obama.

"Nero is fiddling. No one can think (this) has been a success for the president," he said. "He didn't think the sequester would happen. It is happening, but to date, what we've seen is the president out campaigning to the American people, doing rallies around the country, flying around the country, and berating Republicans."

In lighter news, Ann revealed that Dancing with the Stars asked her about competiting.

“I was,” she said. "I did consider it.  I was -- I love the show. I would've loved to have done it, and I am turning 64, and I started thinking about it. I'm not really as flexible as I should be … And now I know -- I understand, Dorothy Hamill has been picked, and I thought, ‘oh my gosh, am I glad I didn't do that!’  I wouldn't want to compete against Dorothy!”

- Mitt Romney
- Barack Obama
- Ann Romney
- Chris Wallace
- FOX NEWS channel

Written by: Hamatosan
Mar 3rd, 2013, 4:47 pm

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