All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Mitt Romney’

How Old is Hillary Clinton? Is She Practically Guaranteed the Democratic Nomination?

How old is Hillary Clinton? The question is trending in light of the former first lady throwing her hat into that proverbial presidential contender’s ring on Sunday. In doing so, she has confirmed what is being called the ‘worst-kept secret in politics.’ Everyone has long assumed that Hillary Clinton would run for the Democratic party. “I’m getting ready to do …

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Mitt Romney Says He Is The Best Option For President

Most politicians like to talk about themselves and brag about how good they are at what they do. Mitt Romney has been pretty blunt with his feelings about the presidential candidates and recently said that he knows for a fact that he would make the best president. “No question about that in my mind,” the former Massachusetts governor and 2012 …

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Mitt Romney Campaigns For GOP Hopefuls In West Virginia

Mitt Romney may have lost the general election two years ago, but lately the former governor has been making waves in the Republican Party. So far, his involvement is limited to helping some GOP hopefuls campaign, but some have speculated that he might be gearing up for another presidential bid. In West Virginia, the Associated Press reported that Romney is …

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Mitt Romney Crushes New Hampshire Poll; 2016 Bid?

If someone was to grab you on the street and ask you who you thought the leading candidate for the 2016 Republican nomination for President would be, a plethora of names could tumble from your mouth – Chris Christie, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, Rand Paul, etc. etc. The last name many would expect to hear on that list would be …

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Stacey Dash: ‘Clueless’ Star Says Bill O’Reilly is Her Celebrity Crush

Stacey Dash has scored a spot on Fox News as a paid contributor, and the actress has more than one reason to be excited to join the news team — her crush on network co-worker Bill O’Reilly. The former Clueless star made an appearance on Wednesday’s Access Hollywood Live and admitted her crush on the O’Reilly Factor host to Billy …

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Joni Ernst Wins GOP Primary in Iowa for US Senate

In order to achieve a majority in the United States Senate after the next election cycle, the Republican Party must win six additional seats. Fortunately for conservatives, fate seemed to be smiling on the GOP Tuesday as Republican candidate Joni Ernst dominated her competition in the Iowa state primary in order to become the Republican nominee in the highly-anticipated Senatorial …

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Stacey Dash Joins FOX News as a Contributor

Actress Stacey Dash will be joining FOX News Channel as a contributor, according to a press release issued by the network on Wednesday. “Stacey is an engaging conversationalist whose distinctive viewpoints amongst her Hollywood peers have spawned national debates,” said Executive Vice President of Programming Bill Shine. “We’re pleased to have her join FOX News.” A native of the Bronx, …

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Mitt Romney: Hillary Should Be Judged On Her Own Record

Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney had this to say about Hillary Clinton: “If ever she takes the road to presidential candidacy, her own record as the United States Secretary of State should be judged, and not her husband’s history.” This was his response to Kentucky Senator Rand Paul’s statement that if Hillary Clinton seeks to be the Democratic Party’s nominee …

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‘Mitt’ To Hit Netflix Today

Mitt, the latest original documentary from Netflix is due to become available to subscribers today, though as of the time of this writing it’s not up just yet. The film, which premiered at Sundance (where Romney himself made a surprise appearance) follows the former presidential candidate on the campaign trail. Here’s the official description from the film’s landing page on …

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Netflix Shares A Couple ‘Mitt’ Clips In Which Romney Discusses Debates And His Concession Speech

Netflix has just released a couple of clips from its upcoming documentary Mitt, which follows former presidential candidate Mitt Romney on the campaign trail. The film just premiered at Sundance, where Romney himself made a surprise appearance. You can see the trailer here. In the first clip, Romney kicks around ideas for what to say in his concession speech. “Nobody’s …

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Romney Shows Up At Sundance Premiere For Netflix’s ‘Mitt’

Mitt, the Netflix documentary following former presidential candidate Mitt Romney, premiered at Sundance over the weekend, and Romney himself made a surprise appearance. “The ending I probably won’t like, but nonetheless, I think it will be a good experience and probably give my family and others a chance to see what it’s like to run for president, which by the …

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Director Of Netflix’s ‘Mitt’ Amazed At How ‘Cheap’ Romney Is

While The Square is getting a lot of publicity this week for its Oscar nomination, another Netflix original documentary will debut next week on the 24th. Mitt follows the six years that filmmaker Greg Whitely had exclusive access to former presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Here’s the trailer Netflix put out last month: Reuters has put out an interview with Whitely …

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Melissa Harris-Perry Apologizes for Jokes About Mitt Romney’s Grandson

Another week brings us another TV network that people are threatening to boycott. Melissa Harris-Perry ruffled a few feathers after jokes were made about Mitt Romney’s black grandson on her show. On the Melissa Harris-Perry show on MSNBC, Harris-Perry showed the family picture Romney posted to his Twitter account during the holidays. In the center of the photo, Romney is …

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Mitt Romney Ridiculed For Having Black Grandson

MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry attracted outrage on MSNBC Sunday’s airing of “What’s So Funny About 2013?”  Harris-Perry and her guests poked fun at Mitt Romney’s black grandson pictured in a Christmas photo.  The photo features Romney and his extended family which includes baby Kieran, who was adopted by Romney’s Son Ben and his wife Andelynne. The panel of comedians and …

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Melissa Harris-Perry Apologizes To Mitt Romney

Melissa Harris-Perry has issued an apology to the Romney family, after she and the guests on a segment of the Melissa Harris-Perry show, mocked the fact that Mitt Romney has a black grandchild. When introducing the “photos of the year”, Harris-Perry introduced Romney’s photo saying: “Everybody loves a baby picture, and this was one that really, a lot of people …

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Netflix Releases Trailer For Original Mitt Romney Documentary ‘Mitt’

Last week, Netflix announced its latest original documentary Mitt. The film follows former presidential candidate Mitt Romney along the campaign trail, providing what Netflix describes as “an intimate, rarely seen, behind-the-scenes look at a candidate running for the presidency.” Netflix has just released a trailer for the film: As the trailer notes, “For 6 years, one filmmaker had exclusive access …

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Netflix Adds Mitt Romney Documentary ‘Mitt’ To Slate Of Originals

Netflix is rapidly building up its queue of original documentaries, today announcing that it has added Mitt Romney documentary Mitt to its slate. Netflix will premiere the documentary on Friday, January 25th. The film was directed by Greg Whiteley (“New York Doll,” “Resolved”) and executive produced by Seth Gordon (“Undefeated,” “The King of Kong”). According to Netflix, Mitt provides ” …

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Mitt Romney Spotted Tailgating At Ole Miss

How do previous presidential candidates spend their free time? In Mitt Romney’s case, one spends time tailgating for Ole Miss. It appears that businessman and politician, Mitt Romney, still strives to remain in contact with former employees as his previous employee, Garrett Jackson, was also enjoying the Ole Miss tailgating festivities. Garrett Jackson, who graduated from Ole Miss in 2009, …

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Kieren Romney: Has Dark Skin, Name Means “Black”

Mitt Romney has a new adopted grandchild and that baby has a very descriptive name. The new baby, son of Ben and Andelynne Romney, Mitt’s son and daughter-in-law, is named Kieren which is a derivative of Kieran, a Gaelic name that means “black”. The baby has dark skin and was born via a surrogate. Our 22nd grandchild was officially adopted …

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Mitt Romney: GOP Hopefuls Fish for the Money Machine

An AP story out of Boston yesterday morning is getting some traction: apparently, some of the 2016 Republican potentials with their sights on the White House are trying to quietly take advantage of Mitt Romney’s political operatives, in particular his financial advisers. Even though the election is three years out, in a world with a 24-hour news cycle and campaigns …

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Mitt Romney Backpedals About 47% Comment

How could anyone forget the 2012 election, especially with it so fresh in our minds? And, better yet, who could forget Mitt Romney, the Republican candidate who ran against Barack Obama, committing an obnoxious amount of faux pas and news bite-worthy blunders along the way? If you require a quick summation or introduction into the marvelous world of Mitt Romney, …

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Ann Romney Blames Media For Election Loss

Though blaming the media and labeling it “liberal” is a common refrain for conservatives in the U.S., hearing the accusation come from a woman who could have been First Lady shows just how divisive political media in the country has become. During a Fox News interview with Chris Wallace this weekend, Ann Romney, wife of former presidential candidate Mitt Romney, …

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Mitt Romney Speaks! On Facebook, That Is

Former Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney hasn’t been very active on social media since his defeat in the November election. His last tweet was sent out on November 10th of 2012, and it thanked everyone for their support. On Facebook, Romney’s team had only made two posts since losing the election – one thanking supporters and one wishing followers a …

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Gingrich Calls Romney “Nuts” Over Obama Comments

Newt Gingrich sat down for a political roundtable discussion over the weekend, and one of the topics was a highly controversial comment Mitt Romney made about President Obama and his campaign during a conference call with donors. “What the president’s campaign did was focus on certain members of his base coalition, give them extraordinary gifts from the government, and then …

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Mitt Romney: Losing “Likes”, Gaining Tattoos

Mitt Romney must have had quite a few fair-weather supporters during his campaign, because it looks like since the election, he’s lost thousands upon thousands of Facebook fans. He’s gained, however, a fan so hardcore he was willing to tattoo it all over his face. If you keep a close eye on Romney’s Facebook page, you can see the “likes” …

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This Is What It Looks Like (on Facebook) When You Lose a Presidential Election

Losing a Presidential election must be hard. Mitt Romney has a wonderful family, he’s healthy (per Presidential physical), and he can continue on with his life knowing that nearly half of the country wanted him to be President – he’ll be ok. But still, it has to be tough – I can only imagine. Of course, the amount of people …

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President Obama Won the Twitter Vote and it Wasn’t Even Close

Post-election demographic analysis is always interesting, or always dull and pointless depending on who you ask. I’m sure you’ve seen people breakdown which candidate won the Latino vote, the youth vote, the Catholic vote, the Union vote, and so on and so forth. But another interesting vote that deserves a look is the Twitter vote. Which candidate had more Twitter …

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Check Out This Cool “Paths to the White House” Map

Tomorrow’s the big day – Election 2012. Everyone thinks this is going to be a close one (although there’s plenty of debate regarding just how close), and we know that, like many years, the outcome will be decided by a handful of swing states. Florida, Ohio, Virginia, Colorado, New Hampshire – these are a few of the states that will …

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Google Breaks Out the Political Scorecards in Time for Election Day

Guys, it’s almost over. The 2012 Presidential race has made the final turn and has entered the homestretch. Like any good horse race, this is the most exciting time – especially if you’re living in one of the highly-contested swing states. Did I say exciting? I meant unbearable, excruciating, exhausting, and miserable. If you’re in Ohio, Virginia, Florida, or a …

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“Bronco Bama” Girl: 4-Year Old Sick Of Election-Talk

I think most of us can commiserate; listening to endless polling stats and predictions, recaps of debates, recaps of campaign stops, and recaps of recaps can be difficult to handle in the weeks leading up to election day. So when 4-year old Abigael had a meltdown in the car and her mom found out the reason, she says she changed …

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