Romney Refuses to Answer Questions on FEMA Stance

HeadlineOct 31, 2012

President Obama has suspended his re-election appearances to focus on the post-Sandy storm recovery, while Republican challenger Mitt Romney continues to campaign in battleground states. At a so-called “storm relief event” on Tuesday, Romney refused to answer repeated questions from reporters about his campaign vow to eliminate the Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA — the government agency tasked with responding to disasters like Sandy — and turn it over to the private sector.

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