Brown: If Akin Wins, ‘He Doesn't Have My Support’

August 22, 2012 12:00 AM
Brown: If Akin Wins, ‘He Doesn't Have My Support’
" NATICK (CBS) – Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown said he won’t stand behind Missouri Rep. Todd Akin even if Akin wins a Senate seat in the November election.

Brown was the first national Republican to call for Akin to drop out of the Missouri Senate race after Akin claimed that women’s bodies can prevent pregnancies after “legitimate rape.”

Akin has since apologized. But he’s been abandoned by prominent Republicans, including Mitt Romney and his running mate Paul Ryan.

Akin has said repeatedly he’s staying in the Senate race.

But what if he wins?

“He doesn’t have my support "

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