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Mitt Romney addressing the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce's 33rd annual national convention on Monday in Los Angeles, California.
Mitt Romney is responding today to Politico's news-making article, which alleges disarray inside the Romney campaign. The piece details the unusual approach to crafting Mitt Romney's speech at the Republican National Convention and how the decision to include Clint Eastwood was made.
In an interview that will air at 6:30 pm ET on Noticiero Telemundo, the flagship newscast of NBC's sister network, anchor Jose Diaz-Balart asks for Mitt Romney's response.
JOSE DIAZ-BALART: The political press here in the United States has been reporting on infighting in your campaign, messaging problems. Are you satisfied with how your campaign is going?
MITT ROMNEY: I've got a terrific campaign. My senior campaign people work extraordinarily well together. I work well with them. Our campaign is doing well. And frankly — these process stories — take anyway from what's really of concern to the American people, which is an unemployment rate stuck above 8 percent, 23 million Americans out of work — millions of Americans now in poverty. I believe there's some two million more Hispanic Americans in poverty than when the president took office. These are the concerns people of America have. And they're the reason that we're in this campaign.
JOSE DIAZ-BALART: So no changes in your campaign?
MITT ROMNEY: No, I — I've got a good team.
Noticiero Telemundo airs weeknights on local Telemundo television stations across the United States.