Romney Campaign Calls On Obama To Apologize Over "Felony" Attack
After Obama campaign speculates Romney could be accused of a felony over Bain documents, Romney campaign calls for the president to apologize.
Mitt Romney's campaign manager Matt Rhoades has released a statement calling on President Barack Obama to apologize for his campaign's attacks speculating that Romney could be accused of a felony following today's Boston Globe report examining Romney's separation from Bain Capital.
“President Obama’s campaign hit a new low today when one of its senior advisers made a reckless and unsubstantiated charge to reporters about Mitt Romney that was so over the top that it calls into question the integrity of their entire campaign," Rhoades said. "President Obama ought to apologize for the out-of-control behavior of his staff, which demeans the office he holds. Campaigns are supposed to be hard fought, but statements like those made by Stephanie Cutter belittle the process and the candidate on whose behalf she works.”
Per Rosie Gray's report on Obama deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter's remarks:
Cutter said that there were two ways to interpret the story. The first: Mitt Romney was "misrepresenting his position" at Bain to the Securities and Exchange Commission, "which is a felony."
Or, he was "misrepresenting his position at Bain to the American people. If that’s the case, if he was lying to the American people, that’s a real character and trust issue," Cutter said.