"We have a president who I think is a nice guy, but he spent too much time at Harvard, perhaps, or maybe just not enough time working in the real world," Romney said as he campaigned Thursday. He'd said much the same thing Tuesday night after his primary wins.
"He's so out of touch with the American people that he doesn't see how many people are struggling amidst his policies," Romney said Wednesday night as he campaigned in Broomall.
A boisterous crowd gave him several sustained ovations and clamored for autographs, a scene fitting for the party's next standard-bearer.
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