Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson told CNN that Mitt Romney was considering endorsing him for president this fall. William Weld, a Romney associate and Johnson's running mate, backed Johnson up. "He's thinking about it, Wolf, and I don't want to press the point unless we get to 15%, because then I think the case for it is overwhelming," Weld said.
DAVID MASTIO: The Election Is Over: Trump Won. “No one is listening anymore. When mild-mannered technocrat Mitt Romney was running for president, Clinton’s obscure Obama-administration colleague Joe Biden told a black audience that Republicans ‘are going to put ya’ll back in chains.’ If you listen to Democrats, every Republican who has run for anything in […]
Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson tells CNN that he's in discussion with the 2012 GOP standard-bearer over a possible endorsement.
From calling the GOP field losers to lying about Mitt Romney not paying taxes in a decade, the outgoing Senate Minority Leader is just saying...
With 2012 Republican Nominee Mitt Romney previously coming out against Donald Trump, while also ruling out an independent run for President, many have been left wondering what Romney might do next in 2016. According to the Libertarian...Show More Summary
As a thought experiment, I often try to put myself in the shoes of those with whom I disagree politically. In the case of voters for Mitt Romney, John McCain, or even George W. Bush, it isn't that difficult. Giving...
Jersey Shore star Snooki’s focus on health and wellness is so admirable that it even caught the attention of Mitt Romney. After declaring himself a Snooki fan, he marveled, “Look how tiny she’s gotten. She’s lost weight. She’s energetic. Just her sparkplug personality is kind of fun.” She’s also written ... More »
PHILADELPHIA — Eight years ago, Hillary Clinton united the Democratic Party behind Barack Obama, helping propel him to the presidency. Four years ago, when Obama in a close race with Mitt Romney, Bill Clinton defended the president’s record in the most eloquent speech of the 2012 Democratic National Convention. At the time, Obama owed both […]
FOUR WAYS DONALD TRUMP IS LIVING RENT-FREE IN THE DNC’S HEAD. Funny, they didn’t seem to lose too much sleep over John McCain or Mitt Romney.
Here's a fascinating comparison of the 2012 and 2016 presidential elections via Stuart Stevens. I'm not sure what the source is—someone's PowerPoint presentation, perhaps—but I assume the data was transcribed correctly. Here it is: This is based on one poll, and it's pre-convention. Show More Summary
Conduct a thought experiment. If Mitt Romney or Jeb Bush were the nominee, how would they be dealing with the relationship between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders? My answer: they would be trying to tar Clinton by her association with Sanders and his radical followers. Show More Summary
Stuart Stevens, chief strategist for Mitt Romney in 2012, tells the Washington Post that Donald Trump isn’t building a winning coalition. Said Stevens: “Hillary will have Bernie Sanders, the Obamas, Elizabeth Warren, who has been elevated to star status by [...]
SCHADENFREUDE IS A DISH BEST SERVED COLD: Five Times Liberals Mocked Mitt Romney For Warning About Russia. As Iowahawk tweets, “It’s kind of entertaining to watch Democrats suddenly gripped by Reds-under-the-bed anti-Russia paranoia. #TailgunnerHillary.”
FLASHBACK: 5 Times Liberals Mocked Mitt Romney For Warning About Russia. This never gets old:
William Tapley, the Christian singer who made a song for Mitt Romney in 2012 is back with a song for Donald Trump and Mike Pence. And if I have to hear it, you have to hear it.
Not much higher than what Mitt Romney drew.
Donald Trump — he’s no John McCain. An estimated 32.2 million people tuned in to watch Donald Trump’s speech on the final night of the 2016 Republican National Convention, across 10 commercially-supported networks, Nielsen reports. That’s...Show More Summary
Early ratings have the GOP candidate's speech poised to top Mitt Romney's 30-million showing. read more
USA Today: “Trump’s speech clocked in at about an hour and 15 minutes, by various counts, making it the longest of any acceptance speeches in the last four decades.” “Trump’s speech was as long as Mitt Romney’s and Barack Obama’s [....