Mitt Romney, excandidato presidencial republicano en 2012, anunció que no aspirará como independiente este año a la Casa Blanca y que dejará de buscar un posible candidato alternativo a Donald Trump. El excandidato presidencial republicano ha ...
Let's be clear about our nation's plight: At this moment, American voters face a choice between two historically corrupt, dishonest, and incompetent politicians.
La precandidata presidencial demócrata Hillary Clinton se lanzó el miércoles contra Donald Trump por su declaración fiscal y rápidamente le apareció un aliado inesperado: el candidato presidencial del Partido Republicano en 2012 Mitt Romney.
Romney is, after all, the definitive turnaround specialist. He could run on just four things: a bipartisan pro-growth package; restore the military and U.S.
So when does the search turn to Mitt Romney? Conservatives, even those not all that enamored of him in 2012, are beginning to entertain that possibility.
We understand that Mitt Romney almost certainly won't run for president as an independent this year. There are a lot of reasons why not, including the fact that Romney has given almost no indication that he plans to do so.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich Monday lambasted Mitt Romney for his failed drive to derail GOP front-runner Donald Trump, calling his actions “pathetic” and his effort “not particularly effective.
Anti-Trump conservatives have so far been unsuccessful in recruiting a candidate to mount a third party run against Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Not only does Erick Erickson want Mitt Romney to restart a search for a third-party candidate to challenge Donald Trump, he also wants Romney to consider being that person.
Mitt Romney has ruled out an independent bid for president and is not actively recruiting any more potential candidates to do so at the moment, though he remains hopeful someone will emerge, allies told Yahoo News Tuesday.
Notable & Quotable: Mitt Romney on Donald Trump's Tax Returns. 'There is only one logical explanation for Mr. Trump's refusal to release his returns: there is a bombshell in them.
"Don't forget, Mitt Romney waited until 30 days before a general election to release his taxes... If you remember, Harry Reid went on the [Senate] floor and basically forced Mitt Romney to release those taxes. Mitt Romney's taxes were not under audit ...
When you throw Mitt Romney's name in (someone who hasn't run in four years, probably isn't the ideal, in a way, third party candidate, though an impressive man who I think would be a good alternative to Clinton or Trump).
Donald Trump's refusal to release his tax returns is “disqualifying” for a presidential candidate, his predecessor as Republican nominee Mitt Romney has said. “There is only one logical explanation for Mr Trump's refusal to release his returns: there ...
One name that has been tossed around is 2012 Republican nominee Mitt Romney. Romney has said he would not run, but until recently, he had been involved in trying to recruit a third-party candidate.
A 37-year old man from Tennessee was found guilty of extortion and wire fraud by a federal grand jury in Nashville May 12 for threatening to release the income tax returns of former 2012 U.S.
Mitt Romney has probably been the loudest Republican voice against Donald Trump. He has ruled out mounting an independent run against Trump himself, but he's tried to get everyone from John Kasich to Mark Cuban to do so.
The 2012 Republican nominee hasn't been secretive about his distaste for Donald Trump, but it's starting to be clear how much Mitt Romney doesn't want the Donald to move into the White House. According to the Washington Post, Romney is allegedly ...
A Mitt Romney, or a Rick Perry, or a Tom Coburn, or anybody could join the party, probably get on star power alone 30 people to nominate them, but then you have to get a majority of close to 1,000 Libertarians to decide that you're Libertarian enough ...