Romney’s economic street-savvy into question because Romney is an extremely wealthy woman who is just as out-of-touch as her staggeringly wealthy husband, not taking a swipe at her for choosing to be a stay-at-home mom.
On CNN Thursday morning, Rosen said Trump was "low energy" and called listening to him "torture." "You made me listen to him for 25 minutes. You're going to see Hillary Clinton today talk about her economic plan.I said this afternoon and I said it, actually, last night, that what I meant had nothing to do with an attack on stay-at-moms.What I meant was that Mitt Romney is using his wife as an economic surrogate.” The main question at play here, she continued is whether Mitt Romney truly understands “the struggles of women, economically.” RELATED: Ann Romney Responds to Hilary Rosen: ‘I Know What It’s Like To Struggle’ “How should you have phrased what you wanted to say? “Because this was an awful way of saying that,” he added, calling Ann Romney a “wonderful woman” and mentioning her struggles with MS and breast cancer."Most women in America — let's face it — don't have that choice. And that's the piece that I am not hearing from the Romney camp." The Republican National Committee also got involved, blasting out an email to supporters and press early Thursday morning.It called on the Democratic National Committee and President Obama to denounce Rosen's comments. Debbie Wasserman Schultz should immediately apologize for the insulting and insensitive comments of her adviser, Hilary Rosen.