Romney: If Attacked, 'Fight Back Hard'

ABC's David Muir asks Romney about negative tone of campaign.
2:05 | 01/31/12

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Governor Romney let me ask you. By one analysis not need to percent of the ads that aired here in Florida last week -- negative -- your allies vastly outspent Gingrich and his. There are some who say if there is a huge victory for you in Florida tonight it's due in large part of that negative tone in the campaign is a tone we can expect to continue and what do you make. That you know in South Carolina we were vastly outspent negative ads attacking me and we stood back and spoke about President Obama. And suffer the consequence of that plus also I think some good debates from speaker Gingrich. We came to Florida and as speaker Gingrich didn't have to -- debates I did it and that. Actually coming from us I'll tell -- if you're attacked a market is just sit back and to fight back and fight back hard and help I did I did note that in the a Suffolk University poll they asked the people of Florida. Who has run the most negative campaign in Florida and they said -- Gingrich. So -- -- can't whine about negative campaigning when you watch -- very -- campaign in South Carolina. And with the people here in Florida look at the different campaigns and concluded that his --

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