Mitt Romney Faces Tough Questions in Univision Interview

The presidential candidate sat down for an interview aired on the Spanish-language channel.
3:00 | 09/20/12

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Just 47 days from the final votes and then Iran is scrambling to seek the firestorm that secret video his team -- set a new strategy will it work it's your voice your vote. ABC's David -- has more from Miami were -- face some tough questions on Univision last night good morning David. Good morning George and as you know Mitt Romney needs more support from Hispanics if he's going to pull this off in November. And as you mentioned overnight here's some tough questions from our partners at Univision -- the 47%. On immigration. And that Romney was asked what -- one of his own sons one of his grandchildren. Was day. In portable crucial audience Hispanic voters apartments at Univision asked without -- -- for the some people might think that it would you like dividing the United States and -- And if it wasn't under estimating 47% of the population well first of all this is a campaign about the 100%. This is a campaign about helping people who need help and right now. The people who were poor in this country need help getting out of poverty a plumbing was also asked about the young people brought to this country illegally by their parents. President Obama allowed them to -- for Romney was asked would he. For those that are that are already here and that are undocumented that -- that were brought in here by their by their parents and -- four or illegal aliens in this country. My view is we should put in place a permanent solution. But he did not offer what that solution would be. Telling -- during the primaries with those here illegally should go home in the capital wine. Tell you gonna deport them or not and not that here. -- -- -- I believe people make their own choices as to whether they want to go home and that's what. I mean by self deportation and this question -- six marriage is one of your children grandchildren. And other relatives if any of them where gay and would want to get near what is your advice for them. Well my kids -- -- married so I'd be surprised. And -- I love my children and I love my grandchildren and and I would of course want them to be happy. -- my view is this that that individuals. Should be able to pursue a relationship of love and respect and raise a family as they would choose. Mitt Romney went on to say he would preserve the term marriage as a relationship between a man and a woman and George to put this in perspective as you know rob he's polling at about. 26%. With Hispanics four years ago McCain had 31%. And -- still was not enough to wins the Romney campaign telling me that they know they have some ground to make up here.

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