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Mitt Romney Apologizes For Being A Bully In High School

The Inquisitr
Thursday, 10 May 2012

With the national spotlight centered directly on the issue of bullying, specifically at the high school level, Mitt Romney on Thursday threw together a hasty radio interview after it was discovered that the GOP presidential hopeful had forcibly cut a fellow classmates hair in high school and engaged in other attacks. Speaking on the radio [...]

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Source: Associated Press - on May 12, 2012

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Mitt Romney is trying to put history behind him and turn from his alleged high school bullying to economic hardship on the campaign trail. But Romney isn't the first presidential candidate to face accusations about his past. (May 11)

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