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Monday, March 04, 2013

Reuters: Four months after his bitter election defeat, a reflective Mitt Romney said it "kills" him not to be president.

In his first television interview since November's loss to President Barack Obama, Romney leveled a fresh blast of criticism at Obama for failing to lead and putting politics ahead of results in the confrontation with congressional Republicans over the budget and spending cuts.

 

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