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White House Refuses to Condemn Attacks on Ann Romney, Stay at Home Moms

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney just wrapped up questions from the press about the ongoing Hilary Rosen vs Ann Romney controversy. Carney refused to condemn Rosen's comments and even tried to say he wasn't aware of exactly which "Hilary Rosen" was embroiled in the controversy, despite Rosen visiting the White House more than 35 times in the past three years.

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Rosen works at the same PR firm as former White House Communications Director Anita Dunn. That same PR firm represented Sandra Fluke during the "birth control controversy."

DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, David Axelrod and First Lady Michelle Obama have all denounced Rosen's comments.

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