Sean Hannity criticized Mitt Romney yesterday for not using Jeremiah Wright to attack President Obama. Romney had the opportunity to use “hard-hitting commercials” to link the president with his former pastor. Romney said he thought it was not the right direction to take in the campaign. Hannity took to the radio and television calling Romney’s decision a sign of weakness. The Huffington Post has the story:
Sean Hannity criticized Mitt Romney on Thursday, saying that he was wrong to disavow a proposal to attack President Obama’s past association with Jeremiah Wright.
The proposal, which was reported Thursday, was commissioned by billionaire Joe Ricketts. It would have featured hard-hitting commercials linking Obama with his former pastor. Romney said that he thought it was the “wrong course” to take in the campaign.
WATCH SEAN HANNITY CRITICIZE MITT ROMNEY ON FOX NEWS :
On both his radio and television show, Hannity pounded away at the presumptive Republican nominee, casting the decision as a weak mistake.
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