Mitt Romney on Monday accused President Barack Obama of running a “campaign based on falsehood and dishonesty,” while brushing aside suggestions from anxious conservatives to alter his campaign strategy.
“A campaign based on falsehood and dishonesty does not have long legs,” Romney said on “Fox and Friends,” later adding: “It may work in Chicago, but it won’t work across America.”
The presumptive Republican nominee also dismissed suggestions he release more than two years of his tax returns, arguing it would only give the Obama campaign’s opposition research team “more and more things … to pick through, to be dishonest about.”
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