Mitt Romney hasn’t appeared on a Sunday news program in 20 months. It’s been nearly three weeks since he has been subjected to questions from voters in public, and he’s one of the few candidates who hasn’t yet aired a television ad. For a frontrunner who has thrived in debates - and is seen as one of the most substantive in the field - the former Massachusetts governor continues to take a strikingly understated approach to his second presidential campaign.
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