Facebook announced today it would fund a project called Defending Digital Democracy. The project, co-founded by the campaign managers for both Hillary Clinton and Mitt Romney, aims to thwart outside interference in elections. The Belfer Center at The John F. Show More Summary
The Boston Globe tried to be clever(?) this morning by tweeting a snarky comment about Mitt Romney taking vacation while the GOP’s health care bill was being debated. But Twitter users weren’t impressed by the pointless and completely inappropriate slam of the former Republican presidential candidate, who's no longer in political office. Show More Summary
Because he's a private citizen and can do whatever he wants.
Kid Rock? Mitt Romney? What type of person does the Republican Party need in the Senate? I admit I’ve never been a big Mitt Romney fan, but I thought it would be great if he were in the United States Senate. I was legitimately excited about the prospect of him running in Utah in 2018. […]
Five Years Ago This week in 2012, we saw some copyright insanity when BMG issued a YouTube takedown on a Mitt Romney campaign ad for including a clip of Obama singing an Al Green song, and then the next day went on to take down the original clip, because even the President was a pirate in the eyes of the entertainment industry. Show More Summary
Yet Anthony Scaramucci didn't seem to mind the tough questions from MSNBC host Joe Scarborough or the hostile crowd that filled the luxury hotel ballroom at last month's private gathering of Mitt Romney supporters. The man known on Wall...Show More Summary
White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders says the president has declined the invitation to address the nation's oldest civil rights organization. Republican nominees John McCain in 2008 and Mitt Romney in 2012 both addressed the NAACP convention before losing to President Barack Obama in the general elections.
WaPo: The former managers of Hillary Clinton and Mitt Romney’s presidential campaigns are leading a new initiative called “Defending Digital Democracy” in the hopes of preventing a repeat of Russia’s 2016 election interference. Robby Mook, Clinton’s 2016 campaign chief, and … Continue reading ?
Robby Mook, Clinton’s 2016 campaign chief, and Matt Rhoades, Romney’s 2012 campaign manager, will co-lead the initiative.
(John Hinderaker) Talk of Russia, which the Democrats considered our ally (or something) as recently as 2012, when President Obama scoffed at Mitt Romney’s statement that Russia was a geopolitical rival, has dominated the political scene for months. Show More Summary
THIS “GET RID OF TRUMP BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY” BUSINESS IS DANGEROUS. IT FOMENTS VIOLENCE. AND IT MAKES ME WONDER IF DEMOCRATS — WHO CALLED MITT ROMNEY HITLER — WOULD ACCEPT ANY REPUBLICAN PRESIDENT. Lawsuit Against Trump’s Businesses Attempts Impeachment By Other Means.
PARK CITY, Utah (AP) — Democrat Hillary Clinton encouraged Mitt Romney to take a job as President Donald Trump's secretary of state, the former Republican presidential candidate said Friday.
“Mitt Romney is once again testing his political power — critiquing President Donald Trump, raising money and campaigning for fellow Republicans, and not ruling out another run for office for himself,” Politico reports. “Romney’s return comes as senior Republicans express [...]
According to a new Politico report, former Massachusetts governor and presidential candidate Mitt Romney is being groomed as the new face of the Republican party by members upset with President Donald Trump. According to former Romney adviser Spencer Zwick, the former GOP nominee has been...
People described it as a warm, bipartisan talk
Former Vice President Joe Biden is reportedly encouraging Mitt Romney to run for Senate in 2018. Read more...
PARK CITY, Utah (AP) — Former Vice President Joe Biden is encouraging onetime GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney to run for the Senate in Utah if longtime Republican incumbent Orrin Hatch decides to retire next year. [...] people who were there confirmed the conversation, and described it as a warm, bipartisan talk.
They were once political rivals, but now former Vice President Joe Biden has encouraged Mitt Romney to run for Senate in 2018.
Following Donald Trump’s election victory last November, former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney was briefly considered by Trump’s team for the position of secretary of state. As Romney considered the position, he spokeShow More Summary
Biden Tells Romney to Run For Senate, Chides Clinton The former governor of Massachusetts, Mitt Romney, has received unlikely support from his former political rival, Joe Biden. Speaking with Romney at the Republican’s E2 Summit on American leadership, Biden said Romney was a man of integrity. “By...