Washington, Sept. 30 (ANI): Ann Romney said if her husband, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, wins the presidential election, her biggest concern would be his ‘mental well-being’.
In an interview with Nevada’s KTVN, Ann Romney was asked about her biggest worry if Romney wins the White House race, and she said, “I think my biggest concern obviously would just be for his mental well-being.”
“I have all the confidence in the world in his ability, in his decisiveness, in his leadership skills, in his understanding of the economy. So for me, I think it would just be the emotional part of it,” she added.
According to The Independent, her remarks are the latest example of the disarming frankness, or gaffes, as opponents call them, which have characterized the Romney campaign.
In Iowa last week, Ann had told those inside her husband’s party who have been critical of his campaign: “Stop it. This is hard. You want to try it?”
According to the report, in Pennsylvania, Romney admitted that the former swing state would be difficult for him to win.
“They are pretty evenly matched as debaters. They both tend to be more intellectual than emotional, and they are both articulate and comfortable on camera. But they would both prefer to be in a more controlled setting,” Alan Schroeder of Northeastern University in Boston, who has written a history of presidential debates, said. (ANI)