CNN's Chief Political Analyst Gloria Borger sat down with former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his wife Ann in Park City, Utah to discuss life after the 2012 election and the future of the Republican Party.
Mitt Romney told Borger that he was "very upset" for making the "47%" comments that became a big roadblock in his campaign last year in the final months before Election Day.
On life after the election, Romney said that it "feels right" to be out of the public bubble.
Romney also discussed Obama's choosing of Susan Rice to be the next national security adviser, saying that he finds his pick "disappointing" and thinks she "seriously misled the American people" on what happened in Benghazi.
Gloria Borger's interview with the Mitt and Ann Romney airs on "The Lead" at 4 p.m. ET and "The Situation Room" at 5 p.m. ET and 6 p.m. ET.
(CNN) – Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Tuesday confirmed and elaborated on his wife's revelation, first to CNN, on how he handles his first moments onstage at a presidential debate.
"I write my dad's name at the top of the piece of paper to remind myself of all that he sacrificed to give me the opportunities I now have," Romney said in the interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer, which aired on "The Situation Room."
Ann Romney's family describes her as "The Mitt Stabilizer." Gloria Borger asks her if that was role preparing for the first debate.
In an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer, Mitt Romney's five sons talk about their mother Ann Romney.
Mitt Romney's horse Rafalca, is in the spotlight and appears in an Olympic event and political ads.
Florida GOP strategist Ana Navarro and CNN Contributor Donna Brazile join Wolf Blitzer to discuss the women's vote and Ann Romney.