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On Tuesday night.
We found out that the majority of Americans agree what my approach.
Do you agree that voters sent that message gave him that meant well two things he won.
But a majority of Republicans were elected to the house the people's chamber.
So they also want and they've they ran.
A platform saying not to raise taxes.
But the president won.
And he got what he wanted now he's saying I wanna do it again I wanna do more.
I don't think that's the right course because that will hurt the economy make it more difficult for jobs to be created for the people who need those jobs so.
How would president Romney.
At this moment be handling your opposition in congress the congressional Democrats well first of all.
I go back to my experience as a governor and that is you don't attack the opposition.
When you need to sit down and work with them.
-- number two.
You -- trust you don't change the deal you don't move the goalposts Bob Woodward said that the president does move the goalposts and sequestration we can't do that the currency in politics.
His trust and the number three.
Spent time instead of being out campaign which just kinds of people -- a trench.
About I think Republicans feel.
That the president made me more Anderson and getting nothing done.
In these next two years and -- to replace Republicans in the house so he can have an all Democrat house and senate and then be able to -- to run the field.
And he really doesn't want to get the job done I think there's a growing feeling that that may be the case and of course if you're Republican.
You're gonna say wall which we better we better be careful here and so.
The interest of the American people.
Are are being held hostage by by politics.
During the campaign the Obama team hammer you for having investments.
In the Cayman Islands.
-- that out of touch.
A prospect that -- it was Swiss bank accounts and retirement investments in the Cayman Islands.
It now turns out that the new secretary of the treasury Jack -- had investments in the Cayman Islands.
Well so the president the president had investments in the Cayman Islands now.
The -- this is a normal structure for investing in private equity and venture capitalist and by the way people pay full US taxes.
Whether they have that that vehicle or not the look that the president's campaign was.
Was was not one of of laying out.
A fairness they tried attack me and demonize me that's the nature of a campaign they couldn't talk about the president's record on the economy and so they they went after me personally -- did it effectively.
What do you think of the eight Republican governors including people like Chris Christie and John Kasich who opposed obamacare.
But have now decided to accept federal funding.
To expand Medicaid and -- states are -- making a mistake.
I think each governor has to assess what's right for his or her respective state.
And -- and -- second guess them state by state.
If I were governor of Massachusetts.
I'd have to look at what our citizens needed what was best for them and use it it may -- May hurt them politically at all.
But I I think that that those governors are doing what they think is right for the people -- state and that's the that would be reluctant to do more than.
Eighty Republican leaders including some of your former top advisors and donors have now -- Signed a legal brief calling for a constitutional.
Right to marriage for same sex couples.
When the issue comes up before the Supreme Court has your position that no fault at all.
Now I I believe that marriage is a relationship between a man and woman.
And that's because I believe the ideal setting for raising a child where there's a mother and a father in the home.
Other people have differing views and I respect that whether that's in my party of the Democratic Party but.
The these are very personal matters my hope is that when we discuss things of this nature.
We show respect for people who have differing views.
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