Romney Meets With Conservative Media

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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney walks to the USS Yorktown museum on Oct. 6, 2011 in Charleston, South Carolina.

Much of the conservative media bashed presidential contender Mitt Romney throughout the primary. But now that it’s clear Romney will be the nominee–and he’ll need all the help he can get to unseat President Barack Obama–the candidate and his wife have extended an olive branch to several right-of-center publications. Journalists from the National Review, Daily Caller, WorldNetDaily, and the American Spectator to name just a few met with the Romneys for an off-the-record sit-down at a private Washington, D.C., club on Wednesday. The message? The primary’s over and Romney wants their support.