For The First Time In Almost 2 Decades, I Might Watch NBC's Meet The Press

Posted on September 8, 2012 by


For NBC‘s Sunday broadcast on September 9, Mitt Romney granted an interview to David Gregory. Despite the endemic liberal hackery wherever Mr. Gregory is involved, the excerpts released this afternoon show that Mitt comes out swinging. Let’s hope he keeps it up, and continues to put the legacy media (or Lapdog Media, as Twitchy calls it) in its place.



September 8, 2012 — NBC’s “Meet the Press” has released two excerpts of David Gregory’s exclusive interview with Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, available for immediate use. Below are video links, transcripts, and still photos.

For this wide-ranging, in-depth interview, Gregory spoke with Gov. Romney at length over the course of two days. On Friday evening, Ann Romney joined them on the campaign bus as they rode to a rally in Nashua, NH. On Saturday morning, Gregory and Gov. Romney sat down for a longer one-on-one interview at Romney’s campaign headquarters in Boston, MA.

The extended interview will air Sunday on “Meet the Press;” all content will be available online at WWW.MEETTHEPRESSNBC.COM.

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MANDATORY CREDIT: NBC News “Meet the Press”

Romney on Former President Bill Clinton’s DNC Address
Friday Interview on Campaign Bus 


DAVID GREGORY: What about Bill Clinton? He had quite an impact. Do you think he could get elected today for president?

MITT ROMNEY: You know, if the constitution weren’t in his way, perhaps. But I don’t know the answer to that. But he did stand out in contrast with the other speakers. I think he really did elevate the Democrat convention in a lot of ways. And frankly, the contrast may not have been as– as attractive as Barack Obama might have preferred if he were choosing who’d go before him and who’d go after.

MITT ROMNEY: Well, I want to maintain defense spending at the current level of the GDP. I don’t want to keep bringing it down as the president’s doing. This sequestration idea of the White House, which is cutting our defense, I think is an extraordinary miscalculation in the wrong direction.

DAVID GREGORY: Republican leaders agreed to that deal to the extend the debt ceiling.

MITT ROMNEY: And that’s a big mistake. I thought it was a mistake on the part of the White House to propose it. I think it was a mistake for Republicans to go along with it. The president was responsible for coming out with specific changes they’d make to the defense budget. It was supposed to have come out this last week. He has violated the law that he in fact signed. The American people need to understand how it is that our defense is going to be so badly cut.

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