August 12th, 2012
12:17 PM ET

Pundits Spar Over Ryan

Stephanie Miller, Dan Schnur and Howard Kurtz discuss how the press will pick apart Romney's VP pick.

Filed under: 2012 Campaign • Mitt Romney • Politics
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