(TAMPA, Fla.) — There’s a big mystery in Tampa, Fla.: Who is the “TBA” who will address the Republican National Convention Thursday night just before Marco Rubio and Mitt Romney?
It’s a prime slot on the final night of the convention. The convention hall has been buzzing with the possibility — almost the expectation at this point — that it will be Clint Eastwood, who endorsed Romney earlier this year.
You may recall that some Republicans were frustrated by Eastwood’s appearance in a Chrysler Super Bowl ad about “halftime” in America. Romney, of course, opposed the auto bailout that saved Chrysler.
ABC’s George Stephanopoulos talked with Diane Sawyer about the Eastwood question on World News. Watch below for more.
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