New York Times: “When Mitt Romney traveled to Europe as a presidential candidate in 2012, he created an uproar when he wondered aloud whether London was sufficiently prepared to host the Summer Olympics… When Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey [...]
On March 3, Mitt Romney denounced Donald Trump in a speech that, among other topics, mocked the failure of numerous Trump-branding ventures: “Whatever happened to Trump Airlines? How about Trump University? And then there’s Trump Magazine and Trump Vodka and Trump Steaks and Trump Mortgage. A business genius he is ... More »
Dear Mr. Romney: Columnists and pundits have written that it's the high-brow, plugged-in, inside-the-beltway, intellectual slice of the Republican party pie that's #NeverTrump. They also write that more and more people are coming around,...Show More Summary
Our friend Ben Shapiro had a good tweet-storm on highlights of the Trump fundraising report: 1. In May, Trump raised a paltry $3.1 million raised, By contrast, in May 2012, Mitt Romney raised $78 million. https://t.co/iIfrIdbdRm — Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) June 21, 2016 2. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — Having Donald Trump as its presumptive presidential candidate has not immediately paid off for the Republican Party, which began June with one-third as much cash as it had four years earlier, when Mitt Romney was its...Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) It can be argued that Mitt Romney lost the 2012 election during the middle of the year when he was the presumptive nominee and a Democratic ad blitz attacked him mercilessly. If, as I expect, Donald Trump loses the 2016...Show More Summary
“In the 2012 presidential campaign, June was a pivotal month for President Obama’s re-election efforts. Mitt Romney had emerged from a slashing primary race close to broke, looking to get to the nominating convention so he could reset his candidacy [...]
In 2012, national polls in October suggested the presidential race was a virtual tie. The Real Clear Politics polling average gave Barack Obama a slight 0.7 point lead over Mitt Romney, but he actually won by almost 4 points. Of the final 11 national polls released in 2012, as reported on Real Clear Politics, 7 […]
In June 2012, Mr. Romney emerged from a slashing primary race close to broke. This June, several national surveys have shown Mr. Trump’s poll numbers sinking sharply.
Mitt’s “mom jeans” — as they were dubbed by CNN’s Chris Matthews and the L.A. Times’ David Horsey (“Mitt Romney, the man in mom jeans”) — most be riding up uncomfortably high these days. Either that or Donald Trump is literally driving the failed Republican presidential candidate batty; nothing else can explain Romney’s dingbat statement [...]Show More Summary
Byron York: “In post mortems of the 2012 presidential race, President Obama’s team gave much credit for their victory to early ad campaigns portraying Mitt Romney as an uncaring, out-of-touch rich guy.” Said David Axelrod to the Harvard Political Review [...]
The GOP is undoubtedly hoping that Romney will burst into the RNC wearing this exact outfit, steal the nomination from Donald Trump, and yell, "Psych! I planned this the whole time!"
Hillary promises to take down tax loopholes; Trump plans to take on the NRA. Meanwhile, Mitt Romney is in Utah taking on two masked luchador...
Talk about Mittmentum! On Saturday, Mitt Romney gave a speech in Park City in which he said that the Republican Party’s support for Trump was breaking his heart. It seemed like the end for the millionaire scion of the Romney family,Show More Summary
Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton fits in perfectly in Donald Trump’s ignorant GOP: Cotton laid out an alternative argument [as to why Mitt Romney lost in 2012], citing data from exit polls and even margins of error. George W. Bush won his historic forty per cent of the Hispanic vote in 2004 almost without a mention of immigration. Show More Summary
Every time Mitt Romney attacks Donald Trump, the liberal media wrings its hands speculating on whether a rift is developing in the Republican Party that could sink its chances of
Mitt Romney, after two unsuccessful bids for the US presidency in 2008 and 2012, is on the campaign trail again. This time not for himself, but instead for some hypothetical candidate to usurp the presumptive nominee
Mitt Romney “was a coward,” were the words that Donald Trump’s top campaign adviser, Paul Manafort, uttered yesterday when asked about the former GOP Presidential candidate from 2012. It appears as though the Trump campaign has more people to target for the 2016 general election than just Hillary Clinton, which mostly includes members of his... Show More Summary
BuzzFeed's Ben Smith was at Mitt Romney's big annual bash in Park City this weekend, which fairly seethed with anti-Trump sentiment. However, Trump had an ally in attendance: Anthony Scaramucci, the former Obama supporter who becameShow More Summary