Romneys Sit Down for Interview With Oprah Winfrey

Saturday, 14 Jul 2012 11:18 PM

 

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Republican Mitt Romney is talking about his presidential campaign with Oprah Winfrey.

The presumptive GOP nominee and his wife, Ann, met with Winfrey on Friday for an interview that will be published in O, The Oprah Magazine. Romney aides late Saturday said the conversation took place as the Romneys were ready to begin a leisurely weekend at their lakefront house in Wolfeboro, N.H.

The aides would not discuss the interview topics or tone before its publication.

Winfrey in 2007 broke her long-standing rule against supporting politicians and came out for Barack Obama. She became one his strongest advocates and helped him win over female voters.

The former queen of daytime talk shows still supports the Democratic president but doesn't plan to revive her role for him as he seeks re-election.

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