Mitt Romney accidentally offered a glimpse of what he might do as president when a group of reporters standing outside a Florida fund-raiser on Sunday overheard the presidential hopeful tell a group of wealthy donors that he wants to get rid of some tax deductions for rich people and take an ax to some government departments.
Romney’s campaign moved into damage-control mode shortly afterwards, claiming he was only making suggestions and not unveiling new policies.
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