With Romney in hiding, at least partially, CBS4 made the right move in covering his son, who, did I mention, speaks Spanish! But I'd like to hear Romney tell us, in plain English, what he thinks about comprehensive immigration reform.
When Channel 4's Shaun Boyd sits down to fact check a political ad, for her station's "Reality Check" feature, the first thing she does is ask for documentation from the people that produced it. She gets criticism from all sides.
Should journalists decline interviews if questions are banned? Did Channel 4 do the right thing by interviewing Romney anyway? Or should it have said, sorry, we won't do an interview if sensitive questions are banned?
I can think of a couple reasons why Mitt Romney chose to take questions from local TV reporters and KOA radio hosts yesterday, while blowing off "print" journalists in Denver. But if Team Romney expected softballs, they got it wrong.
So far, no credible evidence has emerged proving that Michael Hancock was a client of a prostitution outfit. Marching to the tune of journalistic integrity, Denver's Channel 4 has yet to air a story about it.