Amid concerns about security threats at the Winter Olympics, Mitt Romney says he'd feel comfortable bringing his own family to Sochi. "The answer is yes," said Romney, who was in charge of the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, during an interview on NBC's Today show. "I believe the Games will be safe ... that doesn't mean there's a 100% guarantee anywhere in the world." Romney said it is the "soft places" outside of venues where "you can't be 100% certain about security."
Romney: Sochi Winter Olympics 'will Be Safe'
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