Mitt Romney’s Son Speaks About Boston Marathon Bombings

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BOSTON, MA (FOX NEWS) – The son of a former presidential candidate is weighing in on the bombings in Boston. Tagg Romney was in Boston at the time of the attack, and is calling it a senseless tragedy. but he says people are focusing on helping each other during this difficult time.

“Boston is a resilient city. We will come together. Our office is just a block from the bombing site and everyone is already gathered this morning there and consoled each other, and people we’re going to do our best to figure out who did this, and make sure it doesn’t happen again, not only in Boston, but all around the country.” said Tagg Romney. He continues, “One of the things that make this country great, is when things get tough, we pull together. It was interesting comparing the cowardly act of the bombers, or the bomber, to the courage of the first responders and the people all around, who rushed to the scene, and pulled those grandstands down and got to those who were hurting, and this is a great nation, and we will remain great despite those who want to pull us down.”

The bombings at the Boston Marathon killed three people and injured more than 140. FBI officials say at this time, they do not have any suspects.