Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney (R-Winterfell) not only lost the 2012 presidential election, he lost the state of New Jersey by seventeen points, and New York by twenty-six. Ever the good sport, though, Gov. Romney made itShow More Summary
For her first interview since the election, Ann Romney took to CBS This Morning on Thursday to reflect on her husband Mitt Romney's campaign as well as the current scandals facing the Obama administration. It's "deeply troubling," she contended — and illustrates a "breach of trust" between Americans and their government.
A scathing opinion post in The Daily Beast by former strategic advisor to Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign, Stuart Stevens, takes aim at the members of the media making excuses for President Barack Obama...
Former Democratic National Committee spokesperson and future MSNBC weekend host, Karen Finney, scolded a reporter on MSNBC’s Now who suggested that the White House may have overestimated how effective claiming that Republicans investigating a series of scandals were on a witch-hunt would be. Show More Summary
2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno Friday night, and took President Obama to task on the scandals engulfing his second term. Seeming quite comfortable, Romney quipped, "I'm not...Show More Summary
The reemergence of Benghazi as a political issue this week has caused conservatives to re-litigate the devastating debate moment in which Mitt Romney claimed President Obama did not call the attacks an "act of terror" until two weeks after the fact.
On Friday’s Fox & Friends, Geraldo Rivera dove into the news that the intelligence community’s assessment of the reasons behind the attack on an American consulate in Benghazi was “scrubbed” of references to Islamic terrorism. Rivera...Show More Summary
Son of former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and Boston-area native, Tagg Romney, joined the hosts of Fox & Friends on Tuesday to discuss the tragic bombing of the Boston Marathon. He said that Boston is a resilient city and the “cowardly” perpetrators of this attack will not be able to dampen that resilience.
Stuart Stevens, a contributor for The Daily Beast and Mitt Romney’s 2012 campaign manager, joined MSNBC host Andrea Mitchell for a discussion about the pace of endorsements of gay marriage rights among American lawmakers. Stevens found the effort to define support for gay marriage as a political litmus test for to be both cynical and unproductive.
Former Massachusetts Governor and GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney is scheduled to speak at CPAC 2013 on Friday, March 15th beginning at 1pm ET. Coming after his recent interview with Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday, the speech will mark Romney's first major public appearance since he lost in the 2012 election.
MSNBC's Ed Schultz scored one of the all-time great political scoops this week when he got to be the first to interview the mystery man who shot the video of Mitt Romney addressing wealthy donors at a closed-door fundraiser last May....Show More Summary
One of the most memorable moments of Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential campaign — and the one many have attributed to his eventual defeat — was the video from the private fundraiser in which he spoke about the "47 percent" of Americans. Several months later, the man behind the video (as he was bound to do sooner or later) is coming forward.
On last night's Daily Show, Jon Stewart relentlessly mocked Dennis Rodman and Mitt Romney's Sunday morning show appearances as "two men trying desperately to figure out what just happened to them." During his Fox News Sunday appearance,...Show More Summary
In his first television interview since losing the 2012 presidential election, Mitt Romney told Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday how much it "kills" him not to be in the White House, "doing what needs to be done" during Washington's fight over the sequester. Show More Summary
On Sunday, Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and his wife, Ann Romney, broke their self-imposed silence in the wake of the 2012 campaign. The reaction to the couple's reemergence from many in the political press has been predictably aggravated. Show More Summary
On Sunday morning's Fox News Sunday, former future President Mitt Romney emerged from his post-election cocoon to spread his beautiful new wings, but still sounded a lot like the caterpillar who got squished by minority Santa Claus Barack Obama. Show More Summary
Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol equated Mitt Romney's post-election interview with Chris Wallace to a post-election interview with Gerald Ford many moons ago on Fox News Sunday this morning.
Ann Romney told Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday that said she is "mostly over" her husband Mitt's loss in the 2012 presidential election and that the media was unfair to him during the campaign. Romney said that she is "Happy to blame the media" for his loss.
Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney opened up to Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace about his presidential campaign, what it's like to lose, where he he sees himself in the GOP and just how badly he still wants to be president. Romney told Wallace that "it kills" to not be in the White House and managing the country.
John McCain's 2008 senior campaign strategist Steve Schmidt said during a discussion on the technological gap between the campaigns of Mitt Romney and President Obama on HBO's Real Time With Bill Maher that Republicans have a difficult time attracting technological talent to their ranks because of the GOP's longtime hostility towards gays and lesbians.