Washington (CNN) - Mitt Romney will speak with CNN's Jim Acosta as part of a series of interviews with national television correspondents being done by the Republican presidential candidate Friday.
Acosta's interview will air in its entirety on "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer" during the 6 p.m. ET hour.
Reporters from all five major television networks are scheduled to interview Romney Friday.
Romney conducted his last interview with CNN on March 26.
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If you think John King destroyed the article, you need to consult Dana Bash on objectivity.
Why won't he release his tax records?
Presdient obama are too bad for his job in 3 year so he love playing games
I hope that God will looking the world people that is true
Mittens will be throat clear his question alright with cnn news
"Sniffit...what is your source for your claim with the MA Legislature?"
All you need to do is Google it. The testimony is on record and was concerning whether Mittens maintained ties to MA sufficient to allow him to run for governor, despite having lived for 3 years in Utah while collecting all those federal funds that helped him save the Olympics.
However, I will correct myself: it was the Ballot Law Commission, not the state legislature. Doesn't really change the piont, but I'll admit I was misremembering it from when I read the articles this morning.
If the delegates are ALL unbound this yes man will never get in.Why hasn't any media outlet talked about rule#38 and unbound delegates.Is the U.S.A dead?The MSM lies rule #38 should be the biggest story of the last 100 years.Not a peep from the controled media.I am waiting for Joe Stalin to pop up and say told you so.
Etch-A-Sketch Mitt RobMe and the GOP are bent on demanding people release things, and they were so concerned with making an issue out of Obama's birth certificate, but now they are deflecting / bloviating and have no interest in looking at mitt robme tax returns.