A Mormon in the White House?
Hugh Hewitt is a radio talk show host, blogger and law professor at Chapman University. He previously worked for the Reagan administration and was executive director of the Richard Nixon Library and Foundation.
Hugh Hewitt talked about the 2008 presidential nominations and his new book, A Mormon in the White House? 10 Things Every American Should Know About Mitt Romney, published by Regnery Publishing. In his book, Mr. Hewitt makes the a case for a Romney presidency. He argues that former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney’s Mormon faith presents a challenge to his bid for the White House, but not an insurmountable one. He talked about the religious beliefs of past presidents, religious issues in previous presidential campaigns, and how religion is treated by the media. He responded to questions from members of the audience.
Hugh Hewitt is a radio talk show host, blogger and law professor at Chapman University. He previously worked for the Reagan administration and was executive director of the Richard Nixon Library and Foundation. close
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