Blame, blame, blame. Fox News Sunday broadcast former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's first interview since losing the 2012 election. Romney blamed his loss on his poor performance among "minorities" and the "lower incomes" whom he claimed were seduced by the Affordable Care Act.
ROMNEY: We did very well with the majority population, but not with minority populations, and that was a failing, that was a real mistake.
CHRIS WALLACE: Why do you think that was?
ROMNEY: Well, I think the Obamacare attractiveness and feature was something we underestimated, particularly among lower incomes. And, uh, just didn’t do as good a job in connecting with that audience as we should have.
Ann Romney said she blamed the media for unfairly treating her husband. The portrayals of them as rich and out-of-touch kept the public from getting "to know Mitt for who he was." While she shed tears after the loss, she said, "I'm mostly over it. But not completely."