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[Mitt Romney] I think the action that the President took today makes it more difficult
to reach that long term solution.
[Reporter-Voiceover] Yeah, so we let that trail off, because you know he went on for
another 30 seconds and we're still not completely sure what he said.
[Bob Schieffer] You've said that this is just a short term solution to a long term problem,
but would you repeal this order if you became president?
[Romney] Well, let's step back and look at the issue.
[Schieffer] But what would you do about it?
[Schieffer] But, would you repeal this?
[Schieffer] I won't' keep on about this, but just to make sure I understand, would you
leave this in place while you worked out a long term solution? Or would you just repeal
[Romney] We'll look at that, we'll look at that study as we reach that.
[John King] It can leave you scratching your head and wondering why a man who wants to
be president can't tell us a little bit more about what he would actually do. Five times, five
times Bob Schieffer of CBS tried for a direct answer.
[Reporter (on left)] Mitt Romney still declines to say whether he would overturn this immigration
order. I asked Ron Johnson, your colleague from Wisconsin, this three times yesterday. He
declined to answer.
[Anchor] Mitt Romney has now completed his fifth day of having absolutely no idea of
what he thinks about President Obama's new policy on immigration.
[Reporter-VO] After his speech, Romney refused to answer questions about the status of undocumented
college students like Mayra Hidalgo, who said she confronted the GOP contender on the issue.
[Reporter-off camera] Are you disappointed in that?
[Mayra Hidalgo] I'm very disappointed, because I want to know what, what my life is going to be
like when he gets elected. I want to know what my family's life is going to be like when,
when he gets elected - if he gets elected.