Mitt Romney responds to campaign attacks
Updated: 7/13/2012 5:58 pm | Published: 7/13/2012 5:35 pm
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 News) - Mitt Romney wants President Obama to apologize for the conduct of the Obama Campaign.
Romney, the Republican presidential candidate, has been dealing with ever escalating
attacks from the Obama camp.
These attacks include allegations that Romney outsourced jobs overseas, that he
had numerous offshore accounts and that Romney would not release more of
his tax returns.
But Friday afternoon Romney swung back.
He sat down for interviews with the major news networks to defend himself
against these accusations.
In addition to asking for an apology, Romney also said this type of campaign
was beneath the president.
He also charged that President Obama is simply trying to distract voters from
America’s struggling economy.
Romney also agreed to release one more year’s worth of tax returns.
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