With Mitt Romney looking to have a poor showing in Michigan Tuesday, even if he wins, numerous pundits are already brushing off their talk of a brokered convention once again. However, in an appearance on Fox News, Mitt Romney wasn't having any of it. Here's a transcript of his exchange with his anchor, Neil Cavuto:
Cavuto: Chris Christie was here a couple days ago and issue came up of a brokered convention, but he did say if you were to lose Michigan, it may a more realistic possibility. What do you think of that?
Romney I didn't hear his comments. I don't think there is any prospect of brokered convention. I can't imagine four candidates saying in the long process for one to two years this that we will step aside and give the nomination to somebody else.
Cavuto: Will that bug you?
Romney: That is not going to happen.
Cavuto: Could you support that person if it did?
Romney: The nominee is going to be among the four of us. Let me put it this way. It's not going to convention with all four of us wondering what might happen at the convention. Four of us would have to find a way to work. We're not going to hand it off to somebody else. After the vetting we've gone through and the process we pursued to get ourselves ready to take out Barack Obama.
Here's the video: