Senior Romney adviser Ed Gillespie responded to a Washington Post story that details how Romney led an incident of bullying while he was a student at the elite Cranbrook school, on MSNBC Thursday morning.
"Gov. Romney doesn't remember that at all. It was in high school. I suppose if there was an investigative team that went through my high school yearbook, they could find some incidents that I don't remember that if I did remember I might not like," Gillespie said, adding that those who know Romney "know that he is a caring, compassionate person" and "that has been evidenced in his career."
Does Gillespie find it troubling?
I'm not challenging it. I don't know enough about it. It's a story about pranks in high school and that kind of thing. Like I said, if someone went back to my high school, I'm sure they could turn up things that I don't remember and even if i did, I would not like that I had done that.