AOL.COM - MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell briefly addressed a controversy on Tuesday about the way her show had edited a clip of Mitt Romney's.
The network came under fire for the way it edited comments by Romney
on Monday. The candidate was in Pennsylvania, where a local chain called
WaWa is popular. Romney used the nifty touch-screens at WaWa
(apparently, you can use them to custom-order a sandwich) to make a
point about the innovative spirit that he thinks the private sector
encourages. "It's amazing," he said of the screens. "People in the
private sector have learned how to compete." click here to read more