Romney campaign in New Hampshire
MILFORD, NH (WHDH) -- Republican Candidate Mitt Romney kicked off a 5-day bus tour in New Hampshire Friday.
In Milford, Mitt Romney talked about confrontations with republicans an was forced to respond to the president’s easing restrictions on the many undocumented young immigrants. His response was cautious and vague.
He said that he disagreed with the president, “I’d like to see legislation that deals with this issue and I have to agree with Marco Rubio. He says this is an important matter and we have to find a long-term solution but the president’s action makes reaching a long-term solution more difficult. If I’m president I’ll do my best to have that solution and provide certainty and clarity for people who come into this country through no fault of their own.”
Romney will travel to six battleground states in the Northeast and Midwest where he will focus on the economy. Jobless rates have been falling but Romney has been trying to hammer home his messag that because of President Obama’s policies, they haven’t fallen fast enough.
Romney said he can do a better job.
Romney heads to Pennsylvania and small towns in Wisconsin, Ohio, Iowa and Michigan next.