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May 29th, 2012
04:55 PM ET

Hutchison: Romney doesn't want to offend Trump

Brooke Baldwin talks to Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison about Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney's solidarity with Donald Trump. The business tycoon contends that a publisher wrote that President Obama was born in Kenya, reigniting the "birther" debate from four years ago.

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  1. John Tyler Erie, Pa

    Mitt doesn't want to offend Donald Trump? When running for the highest elected office in this country you better learn to grow a pair. If you want to be President you'll always be offending someone whether it be an aide, citizens group or a world leader. What makes Trump exempt from being offended by Mitt? Could it be Donald's money? Grow up Mitt and show people that you're not someones puppet and speak for yourself.

    May 30, 2012 at 8:36 am |
  2. Name*jesse nailey

    When are u going to learn that Muslims are evil we will never have peace till there gone or convert to Christ when u believe that killing your self and as many others u can will get u to heaven is just wrong are u ever going to learn

    November 29, 2017 at 3:39 pm |

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