WASHINGTON - The top economic adviser to Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said Wednesday Romney would consider keeping Ben Bernanke on as chair of the Federal Reserve, but said the central bank has at times "politicized itself."

Asked about Bernanke, Glenn Hubbard, dean of the Columbia Business School, said in an interview on CNBC, "it would strike me as unusual that he wouldn't be on such a list."

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