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Ann Romney Defends Mitt’s Decision Not to Release Tax Returns

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Mitt Romney’s wife, Ann, is again taking to the media to let the public know that she is standing behind her husband’s refusal to release years of tax returns. Ann Romney spoke on ABC News and said “we’ve given all you people need to know.”

“You know, you should really look at where Mitt has led his life, and where he’s been financially,” Ann Romney said during an interview with Robin Roberts. “He’s a very generous person. We give 10 percent of our income to our church every year. Do you think that is the kind of person that is trying to hide things, or do things? No. He is so good about it. Then, when he was governor of Massachusetts, didn’t take a salary in the four years.”

Roberts then asked Ann Romney the following, “Why not show that, then?” Roberts also said that people might be able to move past the issue if Mitt Romney was to release the tax returns.

  
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Ann Romney responded to Roberts with the following: “Because there are so many things that will be open again for more attack… and that’s really, that’s just the answer. And we’ve given all you people need to know and understand about our financial situation and about how we live our life. And so, the election, again, will not be decided on that. It will be decided on who is gonna turn the economy around and how are jobs gonna come back to America.”

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