Thursday: Ann Romney on Her Battle With Multiple Sclerosis
Ann Romney's personal fight -- from her battle with multiple sclerosis to the support she receives on the campaign trail, she reveals all in a candid interview. Tune in Thursday at 6p ET on Special Report.
In the interview, she details how having a chronic illness has shaped her life, saying, “I like to say that MS has been my greatest teacher, cancer was also another great teacher - sometimes wish I didn't have quite so many wonderful teaching moments in life.”
Romney also opens up about how she'll cope with the disease and the stresses of being first lady should Mitt Romney become President of the United States, saying, “I think sometimes when you have a debilitating disease, I think sometimes it's just, you make it through one day. And just put one foot in front of the other and you just keep going. And you know, you just have to always have this positive attitude that tomorrow will be a better day, and that, there's something worth living for, and that life can be wonderful.”
Watch below and tune in Thursday at 6p ET for the full interview.