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Mitt Romney Distances Himself From Richard Mourdock's Rape Comments

The presidential candidate is being criticized for having previously supported the Senate candidate.
10/24/2012

Transcript for Mitt Romney Distances Himself From Richard Mourdock's Rape Comments

The race for the white house now. It's "your voice, your vote" with just 13 days to go. And two news stories developing overnight. Mitt romney catching some flak for his dties to a gop senate... See More
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