In an interview with NBC affiliate WCMH, the President calls Rosen's comments "ill-advised."
In an exclusive interview with Ed Schultz, Vice President Joe Biden described Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen's assertion that stay-at-home Ann Romney, the wife of GOP presidential frontrunner Mitt Romney, has "never worked a day in her life" as an "outrageous assertion."
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Ann Romney and Mitt Romney address an audience during a victory rally in Schaumburg, Ill., on March 20.
RealClearPolitic's Erin McPike and The Atlantic's Molly Ball talk about Ann Romney's response to Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen's comments.
In the Daily Fix, NBC's Andrea Mitchell talks to The Washington Post's Chris Cillizza and the Daily Beast's Michelle Goldberg about the widening gender gap in the general election and Hilary Rosen's comments about Ann Romney.
Ann Romney, the wife of GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney, took to Twitter and the airwaves to defend her decision to be a stay-at-home mom.
NBC's Mark Murray discusses women and their role in politics today following Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen's comments on Ann Romney.
At Wednesday's White House briefing, press secretary Jay Carney said the president still isn't calling it election season yet, even if Mitt Romney is the Republican nominee apparent. Plus, more on the Buffett rule and North Korea's potential test missile launch.
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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney speaks April 11, 2012, in Hartford, Conn.
Mitt Romney kicked off his general election campaign by aggressively responding to what advisers believe is one of his biggest vulnerabilities – a double-digit gender gap. NBC's Mark Murray reports.
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There's little question Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will be the nominee; the bigger question involves whether conservative voters will rally behind his campaign.
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Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney speaks during a campaign stop at Alpha Graphics in Hartford, Connecticut April 11, 2012.
Mitt Romney pushed back against the narrative of Republican-led "war on women." Romney told a group in Hartford that President Obama's economic policies have hurt women. Video edited by NBC's Matt Loffman
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Rep. Allen West, R-Fla., claimed at a town hall meeting that about 80 members of Congress are communists, a remark which has drawn quick fire from opponents.