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Mitt Romney refused Sunday to rule out becoming the nominee again this year at a Sports Main · Redskins · Football · Baseball · Basketball · NCAA · Thom Loverro · Deron Snyder By S.A. Miller - The Washington Times - Sunday, March 6, No one is going to say that,” Mr. Romney said on NBC's “Meet the Press.”. US elections As the electoral college prepares to meet on Monday to formally elect the next US president, Their hope is to unite around a Republican like Mitt Romney or John Kasich, neither of whom ran in the Please make a year-end gift to support The Guardian's independent journalism. March 27, / PM GMT / Updated March 27, / PM GMT From NBC News in Washington, this is Meet the Press with Chuck Todd. In , President Obama beat Romney among all women by 11 points, 55, .. So unlike the NCAA tournament, our March madness goes on to April.
Trump's meeting with Times reporters and editors was live-tweeted He backed away from the idea of prosecuting Hillary Clinton CNN President-elect Donald Trump brushed aside his campaign promises to jail Hillary Clinton, batted away questions about conflicts of interest over his business empire and denounced the neo-Nazi movement that is celebrating his victory. Answering questions for just the second time since his election, Trump met for 75 minutes on Tuesday with reporters, editors and columnists from The New York Times.
It wasn't broadcast live, but some Times reporters tweeted Trump's remarks in real time. And, since Trump has not held a news conference since his upset win two weeks ago, the entire political world was glued to Twitter through it all. Here are six takeaways from Trump's meeting with the Times: The grudges Trump is still holding Photos: Afterward, King said the meeting was "constructive" and that the two discussed the importance of voting accessibility.
Trump didn't speak to the media about the meeting. Hide Caption 1 of 30 Photos: In his first news conference since winning the election, a combative Trump made clear he will not mute his style when he is inaugurated on January He lashed out at media and political foes alike.
Hide Caption 2 of 30 Photos: President-elect Trump US Sen. Jeff Sessions, Trump's nominee for attorney general, is sworn in during his confirmation hearing in Washington on Tuesday, January Trump and his transition team are in the process of filling high-level positions for the new administration.
The GOP debates are as much a pitfall to stumble over as they are an opportunity to shine.
Republican Debate Leads Big Week in Presidential Race | Time
In November ofthen-Texas Gov. A strong performance by Mitt Romney in his second debate against President Obama in October briefly helped boost his momentum and tighten the race with the incumbent Democrat. This year, the Fox News rules for participating in the debate make it an extremely close contest to be on the national stage.
An average of the last five polls show seven of the top 10 candidates—including Ben Carson, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, Texas Sen.
Republicans Brace for Biggest Week Yet in Presidential Race
Ted Cruz, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Ohio Gov. John Kasich—within about three percentage points of one another.