CNN’s ‘State of the Union’s’ Candy Crowley calls Romney … President Romney


Its a sign … the liberal MSM is getting used to referring to Romney as President Mitt Romney.

This morning on CNN’s ‘State of the Union’, Candy Crowley referred to Romney when asking a questions to Senator Portman (OH-R) as President Romney. Freudian slip or is she just getting used to the next four years?

Transcript from NewsBusters:

CANDY CROWLEY, HOST: You have in Ohio a jobless rate that is better than the nationwide jobless rate, and you have an auto bailout that the President put in place that’s highly popular. What is it in this state that makes you think that President Romney, uh, sorry, Governor Romney can overcome those particular statistics and the feel of the voters?

SENATOR ROB PORTMAN (R-OHIO): I like your Freudian slip on President Romney. That sounded good.

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  • Comments

    2 Responses to “CNN’s ‘State of the Union’s’ Candy Crowley calls Romney … President Romney”

    1. mc on November 4th, 2012 1:39 pm

      She should have done that at the second debate!

    2. A Texas Grandfather on November 4th, 2012 8:02 pm

      Candy Crowley is a liberal hack. Why they ever let her moderate the debate is questionable.

      She was so impressed with Mit Romney that she thinks he is already the POTUS.

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