Mitt Romney: 'The Last Four Years Have Not Been Good for the Middle Class'
Fox News chief political correspondent Carl Cameron sat down for an interview today in New Hampshire with GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Romney has spent the last few days in Vermont preparing for the first debate, to take place in October.
Cameron asked Mitt Romney specifically about the president's recent comments giving himself an incomplete grade for his first term. Romney responded, "Incomplete usually means that you've got to go back and take the course again. I don't think the American people want to see this president get another four years. The last four years have not been good for the middle class in America. There's no question but that his policies have led to more people falling out of the middle class into poverty."
Romney continued, "Those who think that they're better off than they were four years ago, they may decide to vote for him, but the great majority of Americans, who recognize we're not better off than we were four years ago, recognize his policies are not what is needed to get the middle class growing with more take-home pay and more jobs."
Watch more of Carl Cameron's interview with Governor Romney tonight on Special Report at 6p ET.