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Join the club: McCain says Romney is not doing 'as well as we'd hope


The 2008 Republican candidate for president Arizona Sen. John McCain has been a supporter of former foe Mitt Romney to be the GOP nominee against President Barack Obama in November. That said, as the mistakes and attacks from opponents throughout the campaign have left the former Massachusetts governor a bruised and possibly damaged candidate in the general election, Sen. McCain admitted on Imus Tuesday morning that Romney is not doing "as well as we'd hoped."

"I’m very confident that he will [win], and if it’s a comfortable margin and that’s not clear, I think it lends more of an atmosphere of inevitability that he will be the nominee and maybe we can get off of this and onto the real fight which will be between Romney and Obama," he said. "...I think he’s got a solid lead, I think he has not done as well as we’d hoped — none of us ever do in campaigns."



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