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April 3rd, 2012
11:04 PM ET

Former Maryland Governor Bob Ehrlich on the Romney campaign: "Built for the long haul"

On the heels of primaries in Maryland, Wisconsin and Washington, D.C. Piers Morgan talked with Former Maryland Governor Bob Ehrlich. Ehrlich is a strong supporter of Mitt Romney and is pleased to see him doing well. "Governor Romney is strong" Ehrlich said. "This campaign was built for the long haul."

After Ehrlich saw Romney last week he noted Romney looks good and is confident he can win the nomination. "Quite frankly I'm a person who believes this prolonged campaign has helped him," he said. "It's made him a better debater, made him a better candidate." Ehrlich emphasized Romney "has the skill set not only to compete but to win. He has the skill set, I believe, the country is looking for."

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  1. Jenlyn L. Sample

    I am appalled and disgusted with your blatant display of disrespect that your have for the President of the USA. You constantly refer to him as "Obama" and then you call Romney "Governor Romney" I am requesting that you stop calling the President of the USA "Obama" I wish that every time you call the President of the USA "Obama" that you had to pay $10,000. and just maybe it will have an impact on how disrespectful it is.

    April 4, 2012 at 10:10 am | Report abuse | Reply
  2. Max Brooks

    If Romney wants to beat President Obama, he should end prohibition against marijuana. If he did this, he would beat Obama in a heartbeat.

    April 4, 2012 at 1:24 pm | Report abuse | Reply

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