Mitt Romney's campaign diet
Between greeting supporters, Mitt Romney is making a few pit stops: Wendy’s, McDonalds, Chipotle; and his meal before the debate? Cheesecake Factory. The former Bain Capital CEO is working to make a connection with regular Americans, and he’s obviously decided that the fastest way to a voter’s heart is through his stomach.
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