Salt Lake City, Utah – Conventional wisdom has favored Mitt Romney in the race for the Republican presidential nomination because many see him as the chance to beat Barack Obama. This month though, Romney's favorability ratings have fallen and he heads to Florida with just 1 of 3 primary victories. Reporter McKay Coppins says pragmatism gets boring for voters and Romney needs more to connect with conservatives. Coppins and biographer Scott Helman join us to explain Mitt Romney's rocky trajectory with Americans.
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