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Nearly 16 months since their last interview, and roughly a year since seeing her husband finish runner-up in the 2012 general election, this evening Piers Morgan again welcomes Ann Romney for a primetime interview.
The wife of former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, the 64-year-old admits that doubt had begun to creep into her mind shortly before voters hit the polls:
"Two weeks before ... things started to gnaw at me a little bit. Obviously, we had the hurricane, Hurricane Sandy, that was taking all the attention off the election onto, you know, the president performing," the mother of five tells the "Piers Morgan Live" host. "I'm like, oh, boy, this isn't good."
Despite any perceived political harm that may have come from Chris Christie's bromance relationship with Barack Obama, Romney notes that the governor of New Jersey was simply looking out for the best interests of his constituents:
"He was doing what he knew it was right for his state at the moment," she says. "There's no feelings of animosity towards Chris."
As tonight's conversation shifts to current events, Romney offers her thoughts on Obamacare, specifically the level or truthfulness the president has shown since the inception of his healthcare plan:
"He's put himself in a very sticky place because you - you either have to think that he was not telling the truth or he's grossly incompetent," says the guest. "Either one of those choices is not a good choice."
Morgan presses Romney for specifics:
"Do you think he lied," he asks.
Her reply may call for a double-take:
"I don't think he was telling the truth," she reveals.
Watch the clip for more of Morgan's interview with Ann Romney, then tune in for the entire "Piers Morgan Live" episode at 9 p.m.
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