DEWITT, Mich. (WOOD) - Former Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney, the presumptive GOP nominee for president, brought his six-state "Every Town Counts" bus tour to Michigan, which included stops in DeWitt and Holland on Tuesday.
24 Hour News 8 Political Reporter Rick Albin spoke with the Republican candidate and his wife.
Romney talked about his thoughts on the automotive bailout and what he would have done as president. Democrats have railed against Romney on the bailing, saying he would have let Detroit go bankrupt.
--Watch the full report from Political Reporter Rick Albin above.--
The full conversation with Romney and his wife Ann will be on this week's "To the Point" on Sunday morning at 10 a.m. They will talk about promises made on the campaign trial and what it's like to run for president.
Is tonight the night? Maybe it's tomorrow. Or even Sunday.
Two other people, who were inside the residence at the time, escaped safely.
A professor who participated in the anti-apartheid movement said Nelson Mandela taught the importance of struggle and sacrifice.