Four years ago, Ann Coulter was part of the gang that was seeing to foist Mitt Romney upon us. Why? He was making noises about being tough on immigration, and so Coulter declared Romney could do no wrong. This time it’s the Donald Trump personality cult she’s joined, and Make America Awesome‘s Liz Mair has exposed her as a fraud. Show More Summary
Coulter declared her ideal ticket was Trump/Romney, but GOP consultant Liz Mair would have none of it
Ann Coulter found her bonafides as a conservative being questioned on Monday as she clashed with a Republican strategist during an MSNBC interview. “My ideal ticket is Trump/Romney,” Coulter told Liz Mair. “That’s what I’m really hoping for. That’s a dynamite...
The gay man who cofounded GOProud, once endorsed Mitt Romney, and feted Ann Coulter has today endorsed Hillary Clinton for president. And with that, Jimmy LaSalvia has seemingly completed his transformation from an ardent RepublicanShow More Summary
David Frum: “Until he read Ann Coulter’s book this spring, Trump seemed to have been a perfectly conventional business Republican on immigration. In a 2012 interview, in fact, he blamed Romney’s loss on taking a too-tough line on the issue” [...]
We interrupt our regularly scheduled program of making jokes to ask this Very Serious Journalistic question: What the hell is this? One of those boys is the Trump kind, and one of them is the Romney kind, and do we even care which one is which? Pfft, as if. Show More Summary
The wife of Mitt Romney is focused on unraveling the mystery of the disease.
For three years after she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1998, Ann Romney was miserable. An active mother of five, the disease so exhausted her, she could barely get out of bed.
In her new book In This Together: My Story, the former First Lady of Massachusetts, Ann Romney, describes receiving in her mid-40s a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis (MS). She offers vignettes of a “life upended”: her abandonment of therapeutic swimming because it made her hair “look bad” and the need to revise plans for her […]
Like proud parents, 2012 Republican presidential nominee and his wife, Ann, appeared in Washington on Thursday to revel in the ascension of Paul Ryan, Romney's former running mate, to the speakership. As Ryan was sworn in as speaker,...Show More Summary
Ann Romney shares funny tips on how to be a hip grandma.
The who's-the-coolest-grandma gauntlet may have just been thrown down. Ann Romney, wife of 2012 GOP nominee Mitt Romney, lets her hair down in a 90-second video for the Independent Journal Review in which she offers her "freakin' awesome"...Show More Summary
Keeping it real.
In the latest installment of "What Can IJ Review Get People To Do On Camera?", Ann Romney talks about being a "freaking awesome" grandma in some kind of interesting ways.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney didn't drop out of the 2016 presidential race to get out of Jeb Bush's way, Ann Romney said in an interview scheduled to air Friday on Sirius XM. Romney said she and her husband were simply following...Show More Summary
Let’s be clear about something: Ann Romney does not fear the cha-cha-cha. Or the potential embarrassment of appearing on national TV in a spangly costume. The wife of former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney today revealed that she turned down a gig on ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars” only because she worried that she physically […]
Though Mitt Romney ended his third presidential run way back in January, some are still hoping that he'll swoop in at the last minute to rescue the GOP from Donald Trump, like a bland, generically handsome President Charming. "Donald Trump will not be the nominee," Romney declared last week. "Ultimately... More »
Just published: In This Together by Ann Romney. Boston Globe: “In an age in which we want our politicians and their families to put it all out there, Romney does just that.”
In her new memoir, "In This Together," Romney details her struggles with multiple sclerosis, which she was diagnosed with in 1998.