Likely GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has mostly avoided interviews with TV news outlets not named Fox News over the last six months or so. With the primary seemingly in the bag, he appears to be opening up a bit. Last week he spoke to ABC’s Diane Sawyer on “ABC World News,” and this week he is wading into the network morning show wars.
Rather than going to the number one or number two morning show, the Romneys are appearing on the program that is regarded as having the “hardest” news pedigree, even as it sits a distant third in the ratings.
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