Mitt Romney vetoed first six stage designs for Republican National Convention in Tampa

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Earlier this summer, aides showed Romney six options for stage designs to let him pick,” Phil Rucker wrote in Saturday’s Washington Post. “But Romney, who after overseeing the Opening Ceremonies at the Salt Lake City Olympics fancies himself as having a trained eye for stagecraft, vetoed all six. He sent aides back to the drawing board before finally settling on a design he liked.

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