This evening, Piers Morgan sits down with Condoleezza Rice at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla. After a rousing speech Tuesday night by Ann Romney that highlighted mothers and women, Rice talks to Morgan about Mitt Romney's lack of popularity among women and minority voters.
"What we have to do is - as a party - is to explain to people why these issues which are so prevalent among Americans in general also speaks to concerns for minorities and women." says Rice.
Rice suggests Americans look at the policies that are currently implemented under the Obama administration as a measurement for the government's success. "Ultimately, one has to ask are these policies that are helping America, and in particular, are they helping some of the most vulnerable among minorities, kids in failing schools, unemployed youth?"
"The policies aren't helping those constituencies," says Rice. "So I do think that Mitt Romney is speaking to black voters, [he] is speaking to women voters who hold many of the same concerns."
Tune in to CNN's primetime coverage of the RNC to see more of this interview then tune in to "Piers Morgan Tonight" live at midnight as Piers Morgan breaks down the speeches and looks ahead to Romney's big speech tomorrow.
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