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Should Clinton release the names of contributors delivered to her by Norman Hsu

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HUGH HEWITTLet’s look across the aisle at some of the Democrats…well actually, just Mrs. Clinton. Two Clinton questions, Mrs. Clinton’s campaign has refused to release the names of donors whose campaign contributions were bundled by Norman Hsu, now a fugitive, skipped out on a $2 million dollar bail yesterday. Governor Romney, should she be releasing the names of those contributors who were delivered to her by this fugitive?


MITT ROMNEY: You know, we need to find out more about who he is and what the story is there. I think the concern would be that these people might have an interest other than a normal American political interest, that they may have some very special interest which could be in conflict with the purpose of a presidency. And if that’s the case, we certainly would want her to divulge their names, or to take corrective action, returning their contributions, or something of that nature. So the more untoward he looks, the more important I think it would be to discourage or to disclose.


Questions for Mitt Romney from Hugh Hewitt on September 6, 2007

  1. When do we get a Rudy-Mitt-Fred debate?
  2. What is your reaction to Mccain going after your use of the word apparently.
  3. What differentiates you from Thompson and Giuliani?
  4. Should Clinton release the names of contributors delivered to her by Norman Hsu?
  5. Are Clinton and Obama clueless?
  6. What do you think about Schumer saying our troops have failed in Iraq?
  7. What’s your position on the funding and expansion of the military?
  8. What should the government do about the credit market upheaval?
  9. What is your reaction to Michigan moving their election date?
  10. What should the government do to help the automobile industry?

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