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 »
“Donald Trump will not be the nominee,” Mitt Romney has said of the 2016 front-runner. Mitt Romney’s declaration of a lack of faith in Trump is not just a put-down – some would call it a betrayal. The Kansas City Star reminds us that Trump endorsed Romney in 2012 and contributed to his campaign. Show More Summary
You can add tax cuts to the GOP's issue amnesia from the 2012 election, reports Nicholas Riccardi: Republicans came into this presidential campaign with painful memories of how, in the last one, Democrats blasted Mitt Romney’s tax plan...Show More Summary
Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney smiled and repeatedly said, “Nice to see you,” when I asked if he had any concerns about the Saudi Arabian-led bombing campaign in Yemen. Show More Summary
A new poll found what words many voters associate with Donald Trump on the same day when Mitt Romney revealed how he thinks Trump will fair in the 2016 race....
Mitt Romney says Donald Trump won't win the Republican nomination and his rhetoric is hurting the GOP in the general election. Is Romney the new voice of...
Lawrence O'Donnell looks at the news Russia is launching airstrikes in Syria and what that means for 2016, who Mitt Romney says will definitely not be the...
Mitt Romney said he sees the Republican contest breaking into two brackets: “the more insurgent, outspoken, tea party perhaps bracket” and “the more mainstream conservative bracket,” according to the Washington Post. In the former, he placed Donald Trump and Sen. [...]
Below, I spoke of Thomas Sowell. Another Tom Terrific serves in the Senate, from Arkansas. Get a load of this: “Three years ago when President Obama’s opponent [Mitt Romney] said that Russia was our chief geopolitical rival, President Obama chuckled, said the 1980s called and they want their foreign policy back. Show More Summary
The 2012 Republican presidential nominee says he “darn” wishes he had appealed more to minorities.
“We’ve really got a mess in the financial system with regard to campaigns right now… We’ve gotta rethink campaign finance.” — Mitt Romney, quoted by the Huffington Post.
Romney called some of Trump's ideas "absurd and dangerous"
THE NEW YORK TIMES IN 2012: “Two decades after the end of the cold war, Mitt Romney still considers Russia to be America’s ‘No. 1 geopolitical foe.’ His comments display either a shocking lack of knowledge about international affairs or just craven politics. Either way, they are reckless and unworthy of a major presidential contender.” […]
Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney said Wednesday that Russian President Vladimir Putin had “outperformed” President Barack Obama in the fight against the Islamic State terrorist group in Syria.
It's a state Barack Obama won in 2008... and Mitt Romney won in 2012. So who's looking strong in North Carolina for 2016? Let's go to the Hardball Scoreboard.
The former Republican nominee on his would-be heirs, including Donald Trump
NBC Meet the Press interviewer Chuck Todd, September 20, 2015: "So do you believe that Islam is consistent with the Constitution?" Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson: "No, I don't, I do not," he said. "I would not advocate that we put a Muslim in charge of this nation. Show More Summary
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney (R) reemerged on Wednesday to decry President Barack Obama's foreign-policy doctrine. Appearing on Wednesday afternoon at the Washington Ideas Forum, the 2012 Republican nominee repeatedly called Obama's foreign policy a "disaster." "I think the president's been a foreign policy disaster," Romney said. Show More Summary