Mitt Romney promised “complete transparency” when he took charge of the scandal-plagued Salt Lake City Olympics, a pledge that included access to his own correspondence and plans for an extensive public archive. But some who worked with Romney describe a close-to-the-vest CEO unwilling to share so much as a budget with the committee responsible for spending oversight, and archivists now say key records about the Games’ internal workings were destroyed shortly after the flame was extinguished at Olympic Cauldron Park.
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