Romney exit jolts 2016 GOP field

by Jonathan Easley | The Hill
January 30, 2015

Mitt Romney shook up the 2016 GOP field on Friday with his announcement that he won’t be seeking the presidency for a third time.

In a call with supporters early on Friday, the 2012 nominee said it’s time to “give other leaders in the party the opportunity to become our next nominee.”

“I’ve been asked, and will certainly be asked again if there are any circumstances whatsoever that might develop that could change my mind,” Romney said. “That seems unlikely. Accordingly, I’m not organizing a PAC or taking donations and I’m not hiring a campaign team.”

3 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • Voltair says:

    Good man but not conservative……nuff said.

  • Sharon says:

    There are some more Rinos that need to drop out.

  • Bob Stewart says:

    Romney announcement not big deal. Conservatives weren’t going to vote for him anyway. Nor will many conservatives donate to liberal/moderate candidates. Republican establishment better get used to the fact that conservatives will not be dictated to by the republican in crowd and that will even be a desertion on election day. So if Carl Rove, Boehner and the other rinos want Hillary as president, just keep fighting conservative republicans and independents. They never seem to learn. Life could be a tough mistress this time around for republicans who refuse to listen to voters.

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