ROANOKE, Va. (AP) - Mitt Romney is continuing to attack President Barack Obama's business policies, including his suggestion to MSNBC this week that he would create a secretary of business.
At a rally in Virginia this morning, the Republican presidential nominee said the country doesn't need "a secretary of business to understand business," but needs "a president who understands business."
In the final days of the campaign, aides to Romney are conceding that Hurricane Sandy slowed his momentum.
They still say their internal polling shows Romney ahead in some battleground states -- but they're not voicing as much confidence in Ohio or Wisconsin. Romney will campaign in both states in the coming days.