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Ought to Begin with politics this morning because Mitt Romney is building momentum and wins the Republican presidential primary in New Hampshire.
-- scored a big victory last night but his rivals are not giving up.
A very real good.
Oranges in -- this morning with the very latest and Peter I guess our attention really should be turning now towards South Carolina with the New Hampshire behind us.
That's right that -- we're gonna hear a lot in South Carolina about Mitt Romney is.
Tenure at Bain Capital but before we get to that that became this year New Hampshire let's look at the five other that -- Hampshire results that we've got.
As of this morning of more than 240000.
-- Romney getting about 39% of the vote Ron Paul coming a little bit stronger with 43%.
Jon Huntsman getting kind of a little mini surge here.
At the end getting sick coming in third -- with 17%.
And Newt Gingrich agenda -- Rick Santorum basically tied at 9% each and Rick Perry who did not compete here coming in at 1% but.
In South Carolina we will hear a lot from Newt Gingrich and and Rick Perry in particular.
About Bain Capital and Mitt Romney's tenure there when he was there -- -- -- deals that went very well and he made a lot of money for his investors body also had some deals that.
Did not go so well.
Some of these -- -- went bankrupt.
People lost their jobs and Newt Gingrich Mitt Romney pretty hard on that but last night as victory speech.
Romney punched back take a -- that.
-- Obama wants to put free enterprise and trial.
And in the last few days we've seen some desperate Republicans joined forces with -- and this is such a mistake for our party.
And and for our nation the country already has a leader who divides us with a bitter politics of -- we have to offer an alternative vision.
I stand ready to lead us down a different path.
Where were lifted up by our desire to succeed.
Not dragged down by a resentment of success.
Now on the broader issue of the economy Mitt Romney also did well there -- among voters who said that the economy was their top issue.
He captured 45%.
Of the vote of those of those people Jon Huntsman getting just a 20% of those voters.
Ron Paul coming in at 18% so the economy broadly and Mitt Romney is role that bank capital in particular.
-- will continue to be big issues in South Carolina which holds its primary ten days from now.
-- -- -- -- -- very quickly -- in the last half hour pointed out that South Carolina historically votes for the establishment candidate in the Republican primary that would be Mitt Romney is this pretty much a done deal.
Well I -- since this primary was created in 1980 it was kind of a firewall a test for.
The the leading candidate the the presumptive nominee and and and since 1980.
No Republican no -- has won the nomination without winning South Carolina.
Peter -- and Manchester, New Hampshire thank you once again for being with us this morning on Fox Business special report looking at the New Hampshire primary --
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