TAMPA, FL - A day after endorsing GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer gave a live interview to MSNBC, apparently slipping up and endorsing his opponent, President Barack Obama.
The video is so hot on the internet, the Governor's office released a statement to ABC15 Wednesday night saying Brewer didn't mean it.
"Governor Brewer misspoke, obviously, and certainly isn't the first official to have done so amid the noise and chaos of a crowded convention hall or rally. It happens - even to newscasters and TV pros. Regardless, given the Governor's record of challenging President Obama, it's a stretch to think anyone would believe she's supporting his re-election. The Governor stands with Mitt Romney."
WATCH BREWER SPEAKING TO MSNBC IN THE VIDEO EMBEDDED BELOW
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