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article imageMitt Romney chooses Fox News for first post-election interview

By Marcus Hondro     Feb 27, 2013 in Politics
Since being defeated by Barack Obama in the 2012 U.S. election last November, GOP candidate Mitt Romney hasn't sat down with media to talk about his loss. Romney's silence is finally ending, however, as he, and his wife Ann, will be on Fox this Sunday.
The two will appear with host Chris Wallace on 'Fox News Sunday' on Sun., March 3 at 10 a.m.. On 'Fox News Sunday' this past Sunday, Wallace said that his talk with Romney will include questions on how he's dealt with his loss and what his plans for the future are. Wallace will also ask Romney about his thoughts on President Obama's second term to date.
The Washington Post reports that Romney spokesperson, Ashley Nerz, said the interview will be taped sometime this week in southern California, but she did not give a specific location. Portions of the talk not shown on 'Fox News Sunday' will be broadcast on the Fox News channel Monday.
Mitt Romney: Pacquiao fight, Marriott Hotels
One of Romney's few public appearances since his defeat was to attend, with Ann, the boxing match between Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez in December. The former governor of Massachusetts met with Pacquiao in his dressing room before the fight, in which Pacquiao was knocked out in round six.
Romney, who will speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Maryland next month, did not have a political office to return to following his defeat and is working now in the private sector. He has a seat on the board of the Marriott Hotel chain where he is reportedly drawing an annual salary of $170,000.
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