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Mitt Romney Getting a Little More Personal With Reporters, Starting With ‘Fox News Sunday’

Mitt and Ann Romney eat pancakes with Chris Wallace

Presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney has been a bit more accessible in recent weeks with interviews, but now it looks like his campaign is going into the next phase: meet Mitt Romney, the person.

It starts this Sunday morning, when “Fox News Sunday” interviews Mitt and Ann Romney from their home in Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire. Moderator Chris Wallace sat down the Romney’s over pancakes (see picture above) to talk about their lives outside the campaign trail. Wallace will also have a sit-down with Romney one on one to talk about more substantive policy issues.

Wallace had the first Sunday show interview with Mitt Romney, and recently returned from an Italian vacation with George Clooney.

Later that evening, CNN’s Romney documentary, subtitled “Family, Faith and the Road to Power” will also feature a heavy dose of Romney’s personal life, with interviews with Ann and son Tagg. Likewise MSNBC’s Romney doc will give viewers a look at Romney’s early political life.

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