Mitt Romney talks IRS, AP records, Benghazi during Jay Leno interview
There was nothing light-hearted about the topics Romney tackled during an interview with Jay Leno Friday.
Bad days on the Romney campaign
Former aide to Mitt Romney looks to settle scores in new e-book publication Read more...
Mitt Romney condemns "breach of trust" in Washington as controversy reigns
2012 Republican presidential nominee pans Obama administration's handling of IRS scandal, Benghazi attack
Mitt Romney to live in Utah — at least some of the time
Mitt Romney is once again going to have a home in Utah. But political experts doubt he'll be running for any state office,...
Romney Aide Calls For Change In GOP Strategy
Citing missteps, an aide to the Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential campaign is calling for a sea change in how the Republican Party conducts politics in the next presidential election.
Romney returns to Utah, buys house in Salt Lake suburb
WASHINGTON — Mitt Romney has purchased a house in Utah, returning to the state that handed him his largest margin of victory in his failed presidential race.
Bad day on the Romney campaign
Most campaign staffers for Mitt Romney have maintained a vow of silence, reluctant to point fingers at their former coworkers or the candidate Read more...
Mitt Romney building a house in Utah
Mitt Romney is building a new house in Utah, returning to the state where he helped lead the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics.
Romney Lumps Tesla, Fisker as `Losers' in Debates
May 22 (Bloomberg) -- Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, criticizes federal loans to Tesla Motors Inc., Fisker Automotive Inc., Solyndra LLC and other companies during two debates with President Barack Obama in October 2012.
Campaign Insider Book Argues Mitt Romney Lost Because Of Benghazi
“No single mistake cost Mitt Romney the presidency,” former Romney advisor Gabriel Schoenfeld writes in the opening page of a tell-all book centered on one mistake on a single day in the 2012 campaign: The Republican’s hasty and flawed reaction to the terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya. But Schoenfeld argues nonetheless that Romney’s inability to respond cogently to the Benghazi attack was a ...