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Video: Ann Romney Says Mitt Romney is Used to "Passing Offers Up" for $30 Million Jobs

| by Michael Allen

During an interview with 'Fox and Friends', on Friday, Ann Romney was asked about her husband, Mitt Romney, being offered a $30 million job after he lost to the GOP presidential nomination to Sen. John McCain in 2008, reports Rawstory.com.

Ann Romney replied: “Well, we’re used to kind of passing offers up like that. For us, our life is not about making money. We’ve been very blessed financially. Our life is now about giving back.”

“I always trust that Mitt can always make another dollar. Poor guy, he took no pay when he did the Olympics for three years and no pay when he was governor for four years.”

Earlier this year, Ann Romney told Fox News: “I don’t even consider myself wealthy, which is an interesting thing. It can be here today and gone tomorrow."

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The video (below) is from Fox News and ThinkProgress.org.