Guess somebody wasn’t reading FiveThirtyEight. Mitt Romney said on Sunday that he was “convinced” he would win the White House up until election night—when he saw the results from Florida. “It kills me not to be there, not to be in the White House doing what needs to be done,” Romney said on Fox News Sunday, his first televised interview since the election. The Republican nominee admitted he had a “weakness” winning minority votes, and he said he blames only himself for the infamous “47 percent” comments—although he said it is not what he believes. Romney also accused President Obama of “campaigning” rather than dealing with the sequester—and his wife, Ann, said Romney would have already dealt with the sequester by now.
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