Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has taken a lot of heat throughout the campaign for his wealth — the former Massachusetts governor is estimated to be worth about $200 million. But someone who knows a thing or two about wealth, billionaire real estate mogul Donald Trump, says Romney should embrace his financial success rather than running away from it, The Hill
The latest criticism against Romney came after he revealed that his wife Ann owns a couple of Cadillacs and that he is friends with NASCAR team owners. Romney has begun to defend himself by pointing out that financial success is part of the American dream.
And Trump, who is campaigning vigorously for Romney, said on “Fox and Friends” that Romney should turn this into a campaign theme.
“The fact is I think he’s doing fine, and I think he’s starting to realize, and I think he had realized, but didn’t want to admit it, that there's nothing wrong with the American dream, there’s nothing wrong with success,” Trump said. “I actually heard him say that this morning, and I thought it sounded great.”
Trump is confident that Romney will prevail in Tuesday’s primaries.
“I think he's going to win Michigan, and I think he's going to win Arizona and win Arizona big,” Trump said.
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