Even Romney doesn't deserve to be drafted into such a fruitless effort.
The Democrats did the same to Mitt Romney in 2012, so why rule it out in 2016?
Cleveland’s Terminal Tower was still beaming off the display of red, white and blue Rock & Roll Convention of an elephant-opposite-a-guitar logo as former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan seated themselves...Show More Summary
What does it say that Donald Trump in 2016 has passed Mitt Romney's vote total from 2012? The post Trump’s 10 Million Votes appeared first on The Good Men Project.
African-American Attorney Nikki Johnson-Huston defended Donald J. Trump and his supporters this week in an article at The Huffington Post... The post African-American Leader: Trump Will ABSOLUTELY Do Better With Blacks than Romney… His Message Resonates (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Trump's 10 million votes have already surpassed Romney's and McCain's totals—he's now poised to crush Bush, too. Despite rivals Ted Cruz and John Kasich’s late coming “collusion,” the #NeverTrump movement has proven to be quite impotent in actually stopping Donald Trump. Show More Summary
Romney showed Trump the way to win the nomination.
GOP elites, including Bush and Romney advisers, are pushing a third party candidate to run against Donald Trump in the... The post GOP Elites, Romney and Bush Supporters Pushing a Third Party Candidate to Defeat Trump in General Election appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
On Wednesday's CNN Newsroom, during a discussion of Donald Trump accusing Hillary Clinton of playing the "gender card," host Brooke Baldwin declared that the comment reminded her of Mitt Romney using the words "binders full of women"...Show More Summary
Politico: “With his five blowout wins Tuesday night, Donald Trump has passed Mitt Romney’s popular vote total from four years ago and is on a trajectory that could land him more Republican votes than any presidential candidate in modern history [...]
This has been an election where reality is sidetracked by statistics formulated by think-tanks and elitists. So why not compare some simple...
If there's one thing the Romney and Jeb! Bush campaigns could do, it was raise money. So who else would a congressional Republican Super PAC turn to in order to make sure they're flush for the 2016 campaign? Not that they're really panicking yet,...Show More Summary
Trump's 10 million votes have already surpassed Romney's and McCain's totals -- he's now poised to crush Bush, too
He's on pace to get far more Republican votes than any candidate in modern history.
Vivint, a smarthome company based out of Provo, Utah, has raised its first-ever round of venture capital funding in the amount of $100 million. That's a big number for any company, let alone one you might never have heard of. Even more...Show More Summary
During CNN’s election night coverage Tuesday, sparks flew when CNN commentator and NewsBusters contributor Jeffery Lord spared with Paul Begala the head of the Pro-Hillary Clinton Super PAC Priorities USA. Begala was defending a deceptive ad his organization produced in 2012 that claimed Governor Mitt Romney killed a steel worker’s wife by canceling his healthcare coverage.
Former top Romney aide Katie Packer founded the billionaire funded anti-Trump “Our Principles PAC” earlier this year. The PAC has... The post Anti-Trump Super PAC Announces They Are Already Working to Poach Trump Delegates in Pennsylvania appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
The new GW Battleground Poll is raising eyebrows: In a head-to-head matchup of each party’s frontrunner, Mrs. Clinton leads Mr. Trump by only 3 percentage points nationally (46 to 43; 11 percent undecided). That's worrisome -- but please note that the poll claims Clinton would beat Trump among Hispanics by only 17 points, 52%-35% (13% undecided). Show More Summary
Trump's Insults and Hooliganism Are Rooted in His Troubled Psyche, Making His Ability to Pivot to Serious Candidacy Doubtful; Cynical Etch-A-Sketch Moment Invites Comparison to Romney's Failed 2012 Effort; Trump Voters Thought They Were...Show More Summary
Freshman Democrat Brad Ashford is defending an Omaha district that backed Mitt Romney by a 53-46 margin, so in a seat that red, he should be the GOP’s top House target. However, Ashford has only drawn two weak Republican opponents in Nebraska’s 2nd Congressional District. The GOP establishment has consolidated behind retired Brig. Show More Summary