Ann Romney, wife of multimillionaire former Massachussets Gov. Mitt Romney, said on Fox News Monday that she doesn't even consider herself wealthy, spurring outrage on Twitter.

The Romneys made $45 million total in the last two tax years, virtually all of it coming from investment income since Romney's full-time job is running to become the Republican nominee for president, according to tax returns listed on Romney's campaign website.

I don't even consider myself wealthy, which is an interesting thing, Ann Romney told Fox News Monday afternoon. It can be here today and gone tomorrow.

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The remark was just the latest to spark criticism that the Romneys are out of touch.

During one presidential debate, Mitt Romney offered a $10,000 bet to then-candidate Rick Perry over Perry's claims that he backtracked from claims that Massachusetts' health care law should be a model for the country.

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At a campaign stop, Romney tried to relate to an unemployed man by remarking that he too was out of work.

Before his public life, Mitt Romney helped found the Boston-based asset management firm Bain Capital, which has been the primary source of his wealth.

Ann Romney's comments caused her to become a trending topic on Twitter, with most users expressing shock at her remarks.

Ann Romney doesn't consider herself to be wealthy. I consider Ann Romney to be crazy, tweeted @justdom80.

Has anyone figured out how wealthy you have to be for Ann Romney to consider you rich? Presumably a billion dollars. That's cool, right? said Matt O'Brien.

No seriously goddamn Ann Romney you really just said the worst thing possible, expressed @SpyderHyphenMan.

Hear Ann Romney say 'I Don't Even Consider Myself Wealthy.' Do you think she's out of touch?