'Fox News Sunday' Exclusive Preview: Mitt and Ann Romney Describe "Roller Coaster" Election in First Post-Race Interview
This Sunday, Mitt and Ann Romney sit down with Chris Wallace in their first interview since the election. From the key issues to what's on the political horizon, don't miss the exclusive interview on Fox News Sunday. Check your local listings or tune in to Fox News Channel, Sunday at 2p and 6p ET.
In the sneak peek clip below,
Wallace asks the couple what life is like after the election. Mitt Romney compares the experience to riding a roller coaster. He tells Wallace, "We were on a roller coaster, exciting and thrilling, ups and downs. But the ride ends, and then you get off. And it's not like, 'Oh, can't we be on a roller coaster the rest of our life?' It's like, no, the ride's over."
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Ann Romney equated the experience to the service the Romneys do within their church.
"In our church, we're used to serving and you know, you can be in a very high position, but you recognize you're serving. And now all of a sudden, you're released and you're nobody. And we're used to that. It's like we came and stepped forward to serve. And you know, the other part of it was an amazing thing, and it was really quite a lot of energy and a lot of passion and a lot of -- a lot of people around us and all of a sudden, it was nothing," she said.
Tune into Fox News Sunday for the full interview.
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