As Lawrence O'Donnell noted in his Rewrite segment Thursday night, so much for the warped definition of "class warfare" and the working class being envious of the rich that Republicans like Mitt Romney and his ilk are constantly carrying on about. Show More Summary
Recriminations flew within the Republican party after Mitt Romney's ignominious 2012 defeat, with many in the path pointing to the Democrats' much more sophisticated ground operation, based on a well-developed, tested technology. In a nutshell, their voter database. Show More Summary
Mitt Romney has been in demand at GOP events across the country after a retreat from the spotlight following his 2012 presidential election loss. Here's a look at some of Mr. Romney's recent appearances.
When Mitt Romney was trounced by President Obama in the 2012 election, it seemed as if the former governor of Massachusetts was a political corpse. Romney "appears well on the way to disappearing," wrote The Washington Post in a merciless...Show More Summary
THEY TOLD ME IF I VOTED FOR MITT ROMNEY... Judge Rules For Polygamists in Sister Wives Case.
Mitt "Circumstances Can Change" Romney topped a USA Today/Suffolk poll of 2016 GOP contenders, running away from the pack with 35%.
A man who has spent as much time on the campaign trail as former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney knows how important, and how meaningful, even the slightest adjustment to an oft-repeated statement can be. So it’s hard to believe that...Show More Summary
A new poll shows that two-time losing GOP candidate for President Mitt Romney leads in Iowa among candidates for the 2016 nomination. According to the new USA Today poll, 35 percent of likely GOP voters in Iowa would pick Mitt Romney as the next GOP nominee. Show More Summary
We all know Mitt Romney is running for the 2016 nomination. The only one who doesn't is Mitt, I suppose. Except this time he's not going to act like he wants to. Those damned Republicans are going to have to beg and beg and beg before...Show More Summary
Americans may not be through with Mitt Romney after all. The two-time Republican presidential candidate has repeatedly stressed over the past year that he is not interested in a third shot at the White House. The survey of Iowa Republican...Show More Summary
With two failed runs at the presidency under his belt, you’d be forgiven for thinking that Mitt Romney is all done with his quest for the highest office in the land. You’d be mistaken, though, as Romney recently said that he would “love” to run for president and hinted that the door isn’t completely closed
A day after Mitt Romney made comments that didn't completely shut the door on another run for president in 2016, a new poll suggests he'd dominate the Republican field in Iowa if he does decide to enter the race. The poll, from Suffolk...Show More Summary
Mitt Romney keeps saying he's definitely for sure absolutely not running for president again, but that doesn't mean the all-time winner in being the least worst in Republican primaries isn't still Republicans' least worst of the possible...Show More Summary
(CNN) - He keeps saying no to third run for the White House, but another new poll – this time in Iowa – indicates Mitt Romney would be the front runner for the Republican presidential nomination if he changes his mind. A USA Today/Suffolk University survey of Iowa voters released Wednesday should add to the […]
Radio host tricks Mitt Romney into "opening the door" to a 2016 candidacy. Be still, heart!
“Circumstances can change.” With those words, Mitt Romney unleashed a zillion pixels and hours of cable TV news chatter. In fact, he is not running in 2016, as he let on in an afterthought. That won’t stop the speculation, but as he put it, he had his chance. Why would he dip a toe in […]
Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, said Tuesday that he'd be interested in making a third White House bid — but only in the "one of a million" situation where every other 2016 candidate coalesced around him. Romney,...Show More Summary
Mitt Romney says he may run for president once again, but only because he's not a soothsayer. In an interview Tuesday on The Hugh Hewitt Show, the former Massachusetts governor and twice-failed presidential candidate said he wasn't planning...Show More Summary
"Circumstances can change."
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