Last night, during an appearance on Fox News, GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney told Fox’s Sean Hannity that his infamous 47 percent comment “was just completely wrong.”
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The Republican candidate caught a lot of heat back in September, when a secretly recorded video was published of him dismissing 47 percent of the country as government dependent freeloaders.
But after being exposed, Money Mitt doubled down on the crude remark and said that his message was just “inelegantly” stated. Now, it seems as if he is finally admitting that he was wrong for trashing half the nation.
He told Hannity:
“Well, clearly in a campaign with hundreds if not thousands of speeches and question and answer sessions, now and then, you are going to say something that doesn’t come out right,” Romney said. “In this case, I said something that was just completely wrong.”
Money Mitt also gave his take on the first presidential debate, which media and conservatives declared that he won.
Watch the video for yourself above.
SOURCE: The Hill
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