Mitt Romney’s firm raised more than a third of its first investment fund from wealthy foreigners, mostly rich Latin Americans, including powerful Salvadoran families living in Miami during their country’s brutal civil war.
President Barack Obama has refused to apologize for accusing his rival Mitt Romney of outsourcing jobs while in charge of Bain Capital, a charge his Republican opponent has dismissed as “false.”
Mitt Romney adviser Ed Gillespie said Sunday that the candidate “retired retroactively” from his job at Bain Capital.
President Barack Obama weighed in Friday on the controversy surrounding when Mitt Romney surrendered leadership of his former financial firm, Bain Capital, saying he thinks the Republican candidate should address questions that have been raised.
President Obama’s re-election campaign is slamming Republican Mitt Romney as the potential “Outsourcer-in-Chief” in a trio of new ads to run in swing states.