Ann Romney 'feeling loss' of failed presidential bid more than hubby Mitt
Washington, Mar 2 (ANI): Republican US presidential nominee Mitt Romney's wife Ann is still struggling with the loss suffered by her husband against President Barack Obama, an interview with the Romneys has revealed.
Chris Wallace, host of the 'Fox News Sunday' interview, said that although Ann Romney is not bitter, she still felt the pain, hurt and consequences of the loss even more than her husband, which could be observed in the interview, Politico reports.
According to Wallace, she expressed a lot of pent-up emotions in the interview and she was more open about the whole thing, or what might have been had they won the elections, than her husband.
Wallace further said that the former Massachusetts governor said that he made some mistakes during the campaign but was defensive and supportive of his campaign. (ANI)
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