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Ten days ago, Gov. Bill Richardson denied telling Fox News correspondent Carl Cameron that he was running for president, even though it was pretty clear in the interview. Richardson’s spokesperson accused Cameron of using a quote from a hypothetical question out of context. But today on Your World with Neil Cavuto, Richardson admitted that it wasn’t Cameron’s fault. He said:
“I am going to decide in January and Carl Cameron is a very good reporter and I unfortunately made the mistake of answering a hypothetical question instead of saying ‘should I run, I will do this.’ And I didn’t do that so there was all this confusion and I’m not too upset about it. I’m going to decide next month in January — talking to my family, my constituents, see where things are and at the same time, I think Carl Cameron and Fox News were doing their job so I’m not upset at them but it did cause a ruckus…”