Mitt Romney: Sochi Threats a ‘Grave Concern’ Ahead of the Olympics
Mitt Romney was on "Special Report" tonight to discuss security in Sochi and the CBO report that projected ObamaCare will cost the equivalent of 2.3 million jobs.
The former presidential candidate said threats in Sochi are a “grave concern,” but that he believes the Olympics will be safe.
Still, he said, “This Olympics is under a level of threat we haven’t seen for some time.”
Romney also explained the CBO report on ObamaCare. He said people may decide not to work or have a full-time job if being unemployed or working part-time provides better subsidized benefits. He also said that some employers aren’t bringing in additional personnel due to ObamaCare costs.
“This is not the time for fewer jobs,” Romney said.
When asked what advice he would give to the president, Romney said the country needs immigration reform and to give businesses more encouragement to grow.
Watch the full interview above.