Three left dead including an 8-year-old boy and more than 150 people hospitalized after two explosions at the Boston Marathon on Monday. Just minutes before the explosions occurred Former Gov. Mitt Romney’s son Tagg was with his family on the marathon route. This morning he joins “Starting Point” to discuss the attack and its effect on other Bostonians.
Romney who was on his way from a morning Red Sox game says the twin bombings that took place at the marathon created a “horrifying and sickening event and it’s so sad for the city.” On the other hand Romney says “Bostonians are resilient. They’re going to come together. They missed with the wrong people.”
The oldest son of the former Massachusetts Governor says “there’s going to be a period of grief. I’m sure there will be some anger.” But the goal says Romney is figuring “out how to keep this from happening again – not just here but all over the country.”