Mitt Romney, 2012 GOP presidential candidate and former Massachusetts governer, slammed President Obama on his handling of the crisis in Syria.
“What I found with the president is that he has consistently painted himself in a corner and said, ‘OK, now what would you do?’ ” he said at the Washington Ideas Forum.
“And when you’ve painted yourself in that kind of corner, many times the options are pretty limited,” he said. “There aren’t the kind of options now that there were three and a half years ago.”
There are reports from political insiders that Mitt Romney is considering a 2016 run for the Presidency.
Former Trump adviser Roger Stone recently sent out a tweet, regarding the rumor, stating, “With the weak performance of @JebBush my sources tell me @MittRomney is reconsidering getting in.”
Stone appeared on CNN to discuss his theory that Romney could enter the race.
“I have a very good Rolodex when it comes to the Republican Party, confirmed by a New York Times reporter who, by the way, told me this morning that she hears the same thing,” Stone told CNN’s Michael Smerconish.
Mitt Romney held nothing back when he was asked about a recent wave of allegations that hit Hillary Clinton’s family foundation on Thursday.
In an interview on the Hugh Hewitt Show, Romney said one of the reports about the Clinton family’s charitable organization details something that “looks like bribery.”
“You know, I’ve got to tell you, I was stunned by it. I mean, it looks like bribery,” Romney said.
The 2012 GOP presidential nominee was referring to a New York Times story published Thursday morning that detailed links between a wealthy donor who gave millions to the Clinton Foundation and a series of uranium deals.
Former Gov. Mitt Romney (R-Mass.) on Sunday said that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had spent too much time in Washington, D.C. to benefit Americans as their next president.
“People want to see change and Hillary Clinton is not that person,” Romney told host Chris Wallace on “Fox News Sunday.”
“She’s a creature of Washington,” Romney, the 2012 GOP presidential nominee, added. “She’s been there a long time.”
Clinton is expected to announce her candidacy later Sunday.