Democratic strategist James Carville, co-author of “It’s the Middle Class, Stupid!,” sits down with “Viewpoint” host Eliot Spitzer to evaluate how Mitt Romney is navigating questions about his finances in the context of his presidential campaign.
“If you wanna be president, get rid of the Swiss banks accounts,” Carville remarks.
“He wants it both ways,” Carville says. “He wants to make the money on the offshore accounts, you know, but he wants to be president. You can’t do it both ways. It’s kind of one set of rules that applies to Mitt Romney, and then the same set of rules apply to everybody else.”