Later in the interview, the former Massachusetts governor claimed he would take a hard-line on Iran: "I can assure you, if I'm President, the Iranians will have no question but that I would be willing to take military action if necessary to prevent them from becoming a nuclear threat to the world."
And Romney-who on Saturday Obama should have been a governor before being elected president--said he would be able to unite the country because he does not play politics.
"I'm really not a guy that's going for the next step in my political career," he said. "Bob, I don't have a political career. I served as governor for four years. I spent my life in the private sector. The private sector is where I've made my mark. I am in this race because I want to get America back on the right track. I don't care about re-elections, I don't care about the partisanship that goes on, I want to get America right."