Former Governor Tim Pawlenty talked about candidate Mitt Romney’s visit to Eagan, among other campaign news on WCCO Radio Thursday morning.

Dave Lee also found time to talk Minnesota Wild hockey, Donald Trump endorsement news and campaign special interest TV ads.

Here are Dave Lee and Tim Pawlenty.

Comments (2)
  1. Steve Wilson says:

    Some of the largest stock trades made by the Romney trust involved companies that have operated in Iran. Romney has urged toughened sanctions and military steps against Iran and has called for strategic divestment of firms that do business there. In 2007, his trustee said he had sold off Romney investments in French and Italian energy companies with business ties to Iran.

    But between mid-2009 and mid-2010, the Romney trusts made large investments in securities from BNP Paribas, a French bank with long-standing operations in Iran. The bank halted new business in Iran in 2007 but is still trying to terminate outstanding loans there. In all, Romney’s family trusts bought more than 2.6 million shares, which were all sold in late 2010 for about $2.5 million

  2. Murph says:

    Timmy looks a lot like Count Dracula in his portrait! Although not nearly as debonaire as the original.But an avid bloodsucker just the same!

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