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As his close friends and advisers tell it, Mitt Romney will put his LDS Church and his leadership role in it at the center of any campaign for the White House in 2016. As hotel magnate and fellow Mormon Richard Marriott put it, "OurShow More Summary
ABC News and CBS News helped potential GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney dredge up discredited attacks on Hillary Clinton in their reports on an upcoming speech by Romney. The attacks smear Clinton's diplomatic work with RussiaShow More Summary
So, we can see he’s planning to run a positive campaign–if he runs. Time to “like” Liberaland on Facebook Now read this:Rove To Trump: ‘You Choke On Running’ (Jan 26, 2015) Hillary Ready To Launch In April (Jan 26, 2015) Carly Fiorina: Unlike Hillary Clinton, ‘I Have Actually Accomplished Something’ (Jan 25, 2015) Huntsman: “Technology [...]
Mitt Romney's former home in La Jolla, California, which he tore down to construct a mansion three times as big, with a now-infamous car elevator. After his presidential hopes were dashed in 2012, Mitt Romney did what any self-respecting man...
Mitt Romney will use a speech Wednesday to slam Hillary Clinton as out of touch on the economy.
Republican Mitt Romney, considering whether to run for president a third time, on Wednesday will take aim at President Barack Obama’s handling of foreign policy and by extension, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the leading Democratic candidate. Romney is to give an early evening...
Mitt Romney plans to say in a speech Wednesday that the economy is "looking up," and the wealthy are improving but the middle class and poor are not.
“If he runs again in 2016, Romney is determined to rebrand himself as authentic, warts and all, and central to that mission is making public what for so long he kept private,” reports The Post’s Philip Rucker. The story is all about how the Mormon faith of the 2012 Republican presidential nominee would be front […]
If Republicans Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney both run for president in 2016, they likely will be fighting over donors from the same moneyed communities.
Authenticity in spades.
Mitt Romney is about to go on the offensive as he mulls a 2016 presidential campaign. In a Wednesday speech at Mississippi State University, the 2012 GOP nominee will throw multiple barbs at Hillary Clinton, the expected front-runner on the Democratic side. Show More Summary
Mitt Romney has already lost the Rupert Murdoch primary, write Amy Chozick and Michael Barbaro of the New York Times: "Presidential politics is rife with grudges and grievances, but it is hard to recall a display of animus as unsubtle...Show More Summary
Mitt Romney “will make his most forceful public case yet against likely Democratic contender Hillary Clinton’s presidential ambitions in a speech Wednesday at Mississippi State University. According to his prepared remarks, Romney, who said earlier this month he is ‘seriously [...] The post Romney to Attack Clinton appeared first on Political Wire.
Said to be "seriously considering" another run at the White House, the former Republican presidential nominee will attack the Democratic frontrunner as 'clueless' on foreign policy and the economy
Mitt Romney’s rationale for potentially running for president is a very human one, but a very weak one politically. Like many who run for high office and lose, Romney seems to struggle with the final stage of grief: acceptance. Based on what he is saying and doing, Romney seems to view a third bid for […]
Okay, so I exaggerate, but only slightly. Republican Rep. Charlie Dent, who is in a Pennsylvania district Mitt Romney won in 2012 just 51 to 48 percent, last weeklamented the kinds of issues House Republicans have been taking up so far in this new 114th Congress. In his words: “Week one, we had a Speaker [...]
And that should help a Democratic candidate immensely. Here's why.
Well. “The secret of success is sincerity. Once you can fake that you’ve got it made.”
In politics as in life, you can size up a person by the enemies he makes. In the case of Mitt Romney, this is an unhelpful metric. In the case of former Texas governor Rick Perry, it is practically a campaign slogan. So far Romney has attracted a host of critics who deride the idea […]