As MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell pointed out during his Rewrite segment this Wednesday night, Mitt Romney may still be completely tone deaf when it comes to what went wrong with his last presidential campaign and being caught making his...Show More Summary
The Denver Nuggets mascot Rocky made an unauthorized visit to a Colorado Republican event, which included 2012 presidential candidate Mitt Romney, sparking some ire from the Nuggets owners at Kroenke Sports Enterprises. On Tuesday, KSE...Show More Summary
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) told HuffPost Live today he would not run for president if Mitt Romney decided to run again. http://embed.live.huffingtonpost.com/HPLEmbedPlayer/?segmentId=542af300fe34443ef30000ae&sid=577&showPlaylist=true&autoPlay=false”...Show More Summary
Former Vice Presidential candidate, Congressman Paul Ryan, says he won’t toss his hat in the ring if Mitt Romney goes for it again. “I wouldn’t if he were. I would support Mitt. If he were to run, I would not,” Ryan said Tuesday. “But I don’t even know if I’m going to either myself. That’s [...]
The 2012 Republican nominee for vice president, Paul Ryan, pledged that he would not try a run for president himself in 2016 if former running mate Mitt Romney jumped into the race once again. The congressman from Wisconsin insisted that if Romney ran, he would support the former GOP nominee for president. Show More Summary
A new web video to be released by the Scott Brown campaign in New Hampshire on Wednesday features Mitt Romney, the 2012 GOP presidential nominee, slamming incumbent Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) as President Barack Obama’s “Simon says Senator.” “Now you know that this is a critical year,” Romney says in the video. Show More Summary
Mitt Romney didn’t know there was a camera on him, reports Mark Leibovich in the New York Times, and that made all the difference. “I was talking to one of my political advisers,” Romney continued, “and I said: ‘If I had to do this again, I’d insist that you literally had a camera on me [...]
In a recent interview with Mark Leibovich, Mitt Romney offered up a new excuse for foolishly venting to a supporter during the 2012 campaign about the perfidy of the "47 percent" (i.e., the folks who take no personal responsibility for their lives and just want lots of free bennies from the government). Show More Summary
Two sources inside Mitt Romney's inner circle tell CNN that while Romney isn't planning a presidential bid, he's listening to a lot of people who want him to get in the race - although he remains skeptical himself. "A lot of people in Romneyland are rooting for him to get in," says one source. "He's […]
Would-be presidential candidates often keep their options open in defiance of reality, which perhaps explains why Mitt Romney, who has twice lost presidential bids, has been making a few hints that he may not be done seeking the White House.
Back when he was running for president, I used to joke that Mitt Romney was a political version of the T-1000 from Terminator 2—if he got close enough, he could morph himself into a copy of you, adopting your likes, your fears, your ideals and your beliefs. Show More Summary
Today's Water Cooler: Hong Kong, state and local fracking, Mitt Romney, stats watch, and Elon Musk's views on the Earth.
... quoted by Mark Leibovich in a NYT Magazine article titled "Mitt Isn’t Ready to Call It Quits." "I want to be reminded that this is not off the cuff." This, as he saw it, was what got him in trouble at that Boca Raton fund-raiser, when Romney told the crowd he was writing off the 47 percent of the electorate that supported Obama (a.k.a. Show More Summary
After months of insisting he was not interested in running for president again, the 2012 Republican nominee now says he's keeping the door open for another run.
Mitt Romney explains his 47-percent remark, Take 23. During a recent sit-down with the New York Times' Mark Leibovich, the former GOP presidential nominee—who seems to be almost flirting with the possibility that he just might consider...Show More Summary
A GOP group with ties to Mitt Romney has reiterated a charge that 9/11 was an inside job.
In 2012, Mitt Romney’s history at Bain Capital was scrutinized with an 80 percent zoomed in magnifying glass. An article entitled, “Greed and Debt: The True Story of Mitt Romney and Bain Capital” garnered over 160,000 shares on Rolling Stone. Bain trampled on smaller companies in its pursuit of wealth and power, according to the […]