TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - During what may be the most important week of Mitt Romney's political career, the Republican presidential contender's five sons are sharing family secrets like never before.
They are calling their father "cheap" on national television. They're spilling stories about plane-sick children. And when the cameras are not rolling, they are raising money and giving emotional support to the man who raised them.
The Romney boys are not exactly boys anymore, ranging in age from 31 to 42, with 18 grandchildren between them. And during the week that the nation tunes into the Republican National Convention, the Romney sons want America to know their father like they do.
Romney's oldest son, Tagg, tells The Associated Press he and his brothers will "do anything the campaign asks."
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