Corn on MSNBC: Romney’s Super PAC Ski Trip


David Corn sat down with Politico’s Joe Williams and X-L Alliance’s Liliana Gil on MSNBC’s “Martin Bashir” to hash out Mitt Romney’s speech to Latino leaders today. Is there anything Mitt can say—or any amount he can spend—that can limit the President’s advantage on immigration?

 

Later, they discussed the legalities of a GOP retreat to the uber-elite ski country of Deer Valley, Utah—a trip that will feature Mitt Romney, GOP leaders, and Super PAC all-stars. Apparently skiing and shmoozing do not qualify as “coordination.”

 

David Corn is Mother Jones’ Washington bureau chief. For more of his stories, click here. He’s also on Twitter.

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