Mitt Romney said he was proud of his campaign during a final conversation with the traveling press on his private plane Tuesday, reports the New York Times. "You know I’m very proud of the campaign that we’ve run, to tell you the truth," Romney said, responding to a request for his assessment of the campaign.
He continued: "No campaign is perfect. I’m sure like any campaign people can point to mistakes. But that’s the mark of anything that’s produced by human beings. Our team has been very solid. We have not had the kind of infighting that’s reported to have occurred in other campaigns. We’ve worked well together our campaign team us. And we’ve gotten our message across. I am very pleased. I feel we have put it all on the field. We left nothing in the locker room. We fought to the very end. And I think that’s why we will be successful."