The Fix: Mitt Romney isn’t running for president again. But people will still keep talking about it.
And talking. And talking.
Embracing Mitt: Romney’s Summer Comeback, in Photos
Mitt Romney has been in demand at GOP events across the country after a retreat from the spotlight following his 2012 presidential election loss. Here's a look at some of Mr. Romney's recent appearances.
Why Mitt Romney may again be the GOP’s next great hope
The most likely Republican presidential candidate for 2016 is . . . Mitt Romney? The former Massachusetts governor has run and lost two bids for the White House — in...
Mitt Romney: No 2016 presidential bid, but "circumstances can change"
The former governor and two-time presidential candidate can see at least one scenario that could pull him back into national politics
Poll shows Mitt Romney leads in Iowa. Does that matter?
Mitt Romney has a big lead among potential Iowa Republican caucus attendees, according to a USA Today/Suffolk University poll released on Wednesday. The second-place finisher, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, gets about 9 percent, while New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie takes the bronze with a tick over 6 percent. The Mittster himself for months has said that he has no interest in repeating his ...
Poll shows Mitt Romney leads in Iowa. Does that matter? (+video)
When the Mitt Romney name is added to the list of potential GOP White House candidates, he sweeps the field. But he says he has no interest in another run – and he probably means it.
Romney for US president in 2016? Iowa poll puts him on top
Americans may not be through with Mitt Romney after all. The two-time Republican presidential candidate has repeatedly stressed over the past year that he is not interested in a third shot at the White House. The survey of Iowa Republican voters conducted by Suffolk University and USA Today showed that if Romney was added to the pool of potential 2016 Republican contenders, 35 percent of ...
Romney keeps 2016 talk alive with 'Dumb and Dumber' scenario
Mitt Romney says he's not running for president again. Mind's made up. No chance of changing it. Well, except for his "Dumb and Dumber" scenario.
Did Mitt Romney Just Open the Door to Running Again?
A man who has spent as much time on the campaign trail as former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney knows how important, and how meaningful, even the slightest adjustment to an oft-repeated statement can be. So it’s hard to believe that the most recent Republican nominee for president didn’t know what he was doing when he appeared on the radio show hosted by conservative firebrand Hugh Hewitt ...
Mitt Romney isn’t running for president again. But people will still keep talking about it.
And talking. And talking.