Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has been ducking questions about missing emails from his administration, and revelations that 11 of his top aides bought their hard drives when he left office.
The Republican presidential candidate spoke at a forum in Manchester, N.H., held by the local chamber of commerce. Romney walked quickly from his car, not answering any questions from reporters. Including the big question: why his staff was allowed to delete emails that were sent and received while they worked for Massachusetts taxpayers.
Romney says the sale of the hard drives was legal, but he has not said why all of the administration's emails were wiped from a server.
This program aired on November 18, 2011. The audio for this program is not available.