Mitt Romney’s campaign has begun prepping the presumptive GOP nominee for this fall’s presidential debates, according to a report in the New York Daily News.
Romney team sources told the paper that the former Massachusetts governor worked through two rounds of “debate prep” during his retreat held with GOP advisers and donors last month in Part City, Utah.
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The report says Romney was joined by six to eight campaign aides who helped the candidate review numerous topics they believe likely to appear in the three debates with President Obama in the run up to the November general election.
Aides worked to develop “test responses” to questions they believe Romney will be asked, according to sources.
Read more at The Hill. By Meghashyam Mali.
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