Politics & Policy

Romney Told Baier Interview Was ‘Overly Aggressive’

And the fallout from Mitt Romney’s interview with Fox News host Bret Baier that aired Tuesday night continues. In an interview with fellow Fox News host Bill O’Reilly last night, Baier said that Romney had complained afterwards that the interview was “overly aggressive.”


I’ve written before about Romney’s non-flip-flop on climate change, and as usual, the shortness of these clips makes it hard to tell if there is any context that would be relevant. For instance, if Romney is saying other states should adopt Romneycare, that’s very different than saying the federal government should have adopted Romneycare — but seeing the program as a “national model” could mean either scenario. 

Katrina Trinko — Katrina Trinko is a political reporter for National Review. Trinko is also a member of USA TODAY’S Board of Contributors, and her work has been published in various media outlets ...

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