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In the wake up Super Tuesday, this evening "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomes Mitt Romney's Press Secretary, Andrea Saul. Last night the former Massachusetts governor picked up wins in six more states, something Saul credits to lessons the conservative businessman learned in the real world economy:
"He's actually made payroll, he's actually hired people, and so he understands what it takes, what it's going to take, to get Americans back to work."
With Romney now boasting a total delegate count of 386 – more than all his rivals combined – Piers Morgan asks Saul is she thinks it's time for some of the other GOP competitors to drop out:
"At some point, you are going to see that the only odds that are increasing as this goes on are for President Obama," says Saul. "So, while we have a clear path to the nomination, and we're excited about the momentum we're gaining, I do think that the other candidates are going to have to realistically evaluate if they have a path."
Tune in this evening at 9 p.m. ET/PT as Saul crunches the numbers for the host, and challenges the sentiment that Romney isn't a true conservative.