Mitt Romney's chief strategist says Donald Trump is 'uniquely ... - Washington Post ... theory that John McCain and Romney were decent and honorable men and lost, so let’s nominate a scowling scoundrel who isn’t. Romney got a... 04/29/2016 - 12:41 pm | View Link
Mitt Romney’s chief strategist says Donald Trump is ‘uniquely ... - Washington Post ... theory that John McCain and Romney were decent and honorable men and lost, so let’s nominate a scowling scoundrel who isn’t. Romney got a... 04/29/2016 - 12:06 pm | View Link
Sewage plant officially opens at Romney - Cumberland Times-News ROMNEY, W.Va. — A “great accomplishment and exceptional collaboration” is how U.S. Sen. 04/28/2016 - 6:22 am | View Link
Failed Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney Returns to Venture ... - Vanity Fair ... election, Mitt Romney decided to take his career in a different direction. The former Bain Capital co-founder's oldest son, Tagg Romney... 04/27/2016 - 3:00 pm | View Link
Trump has more primary votes than Romney received in all of 2012 - USA Today Trump passes Romney's popular vote total - WorldNetDaily 04/27/2016 - 11:47 am | View Link
Mitt Romney’s chief strategist says Donald Trump is ‘uniquely unqualified’ to be president Stuart Stevens, a longtime Republican media consultant who served as Mitt Romney's chief adviser in the 2012 presidential campaign, has been the party's most outspoken critic of Donald Trump's candidacy. With Trump on the verge of winning the Republican ... 04/29/2016 - 4:20 pm | View Link
Romney Paved the Way for Trump Ross Douthat tries to figure out why Trump is winning: Until Donald Trump blew this model up. Yes, Trump has adopted conservative positions on various issues, but he’s done so in a transparently cynical fashion, constantly signaling that he doesn’t ... 04/28/2016 - 9:59 am | View Link
Ex-Romney aide compares Trump to Reagan, says he’ll win BOSTON — Veteran Republican insider and key Mitt Romney confidant Ron Kaufman has conceded that Donald Trump will be his party’s nominee, and said the candidacy has echoes of Ronald Reagan. Kaufman, an architect of the 2012 Romney presidential campaign ... 04/28/2016 - 7:51 am | View Link
Trump passes Romney’s popular vote total, likely to break GOP record 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 – by a lot. 04/27/2016 - 6:11 pm | View Link
Peter Thiel and Mitt Romney invested $100 million in a company that wants to be the Apple of smart homes Vivint, a smart home company based out of Provo, Utah, has raised $100 million in its first round of venture-capital funding. That's a big number for any company, let alone one you may not have heard of. Even more interesting, that investment was led by ... 04/27/2016 - 5:42 pm | View Link
Mitt Romney's file | PolitiFact Mitt Romney ran for president in 2012 as the Republican nominee, losing to incumbent President Barack Obama. Prior to that, Romney served one term as governor of ... 04/29/2016 - 5:24 am | View Website
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JEFFREY LORD: You're going to start to see the big guns in the conservative universe now --
ANDERSON COOPER: You're going to see the what?
LORD: You're going to see the big guns in the conservative universe, the talk radio folks -- not all of them. I have no idea what's happening with Glenn Beck. But I would imagine that with this sort of official understanding here that Donald Trump is the presumptive nominee and the only one left is Kasich and the RNC is now saying he's the guy, that you will start to see perhaps Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, you will start to see this come out and what they'll do is they'll turn their fire on Hillary, not that they haven't been doing it already.
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Donald Trump Wins Indiana Primary
NY Times: “Donald Trump Wins Indiana In A Crushing Blow To Ted Cruz.” Donald Trump won the Indiana Republican presidential primary on May 3, defeating opponent Ted Cruz and coming within striking distance of securing the nomination:
Donald J. Trump won Indiana’s Republican primary on Tuesday, moving him closer to claiming the party’s presidential nomination and delivering a devastating blow to Senator Ted Cruz and other Republicans hoping to stop him.
Indiana Republicans delivered a death blow to Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign, with a majority of voters enthusiastically embracing Donald Trump and rebuking the GOP establishment. In the Democratic primary, Bernie Sanders was carried to a narrow victory over Hillary Clinton by a coalition of young and white voters. Here are five numbers from Tuesday night’s election returns and exit polls that explain how Trump virtually clinched the GOP nomination, and Sanders sustained his otherwise flagging campaign:Indiana Republicans didn’t just jump on what Trump referred to Tuesday night as “the Trump Train” – they also rejected Cruz.
Hillary Clinton's campaign signaled on Tuesday that it will paint Donald Trump as an unstable, dangerous bully with no interest in helping ordinary Americans, judging from comments made by campaign chairman John Podesta. Trump is "too divisive" and "lacks the temperament" to be president, Podesta wrote in a statement issued after the real estate mogul won the Indiana Republican presidential primary, knocking Texas Sen.
Ted Cruz suspended his presidential campaign Tuesday after a poor showing in Indiana. The campaign included victories in Iowa, Texas, Wisconsin and other states, but many stinging defeats. Here's a look at Cruz's campaign, from the beginning to the very, very end.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, fresh off a surprise victory in the Indiana primary, is confident that he is only helping the Democratic Party by remaining in the race against Hillary Clinton.“The Clinton campaign thinks this is over. They’re wrong,” Sanders told the Associated Press.“We are bringing literally millions of people into the political process,” Sanders said of his campaign.