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Before Run, Ann Romney 'Worried' If Husband Could Solve U.S. Problems Before Run, Ann Romney 'Worried' If Husband Could Solve U.S. Problems

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Campaign 2012

Before Run, Ann Romney 'Worried' If Husband Could Solve U.S. Problems

Ann Romney said on Friday she "worried" her husband could not solve all of the issues that face the U.S., but was reassured before he made the decision to seek the presidency.

In a wide-ranging interview with Fox News, Romney discussed her role in raising five children and finding out she had multiple sclerosis, among other topics. But when it came down to Republican Mitt Romney's decision to run for president, she said she actually had some concerns that he could fix the problems the U.S. faces.

 

"I was very concerned about that," she said in the interview. "I was actually worried because I thought there’s so many problems in this country right now, and I was worried that even if he did win it would be too late. And he assured me that it was getting late, but it was not too late yet.”

She was also pressed on the potential vice presidential pick, but wouldn't give any clue as to which way the former Massachusetts governor was leaning.

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