Corn on Hardball: Why Does Mitt Think He Should Be President?

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David Corn and former Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele appeared on MSNBC’s Hardball to discuss Mitt Romney’s latest attempts to define why he should be president. Now that his victories in the GOP primaries have established Romney as the all-but-inevitable Republican nominee, the 2012 presidential race has narrowed down to a fight between Romney and President Obama. Will Romney, often labeled a flip-flopper, be able to take control of his image and redefine himself for the general presidential campaign?

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