There may be a presidential election around the corner, but voters won’t have two competing foreign policies to choose from at the ballot box, at least among the major parties. If Monday night’s debate proved anything, it showed that when it comes to drone strikes, the war in Afghanistan, relations with Pakistan, the intervention in […]
Television viewers’ snap judgments of the first presidential debate favored Mitt Romney, according to two “instant reaction” polls and a focus group conducted during and immediately after the candidates met in Denver.
President Obama’s campaign offered Mitt Romney a deal today: Release five years of tax returns, and we’ll stop demanding more. Romney’s campaign refused, calling the Obama request a political ploy
Mitt Romney’s choice of Paul Ryan as his running mate was the product of months of meticulous planning marked by locked rooms, deceptive flight patterns and surreptitious forays through the Wisconsin woods.
Rep. Paul Ryan will be named Mitt Romney’s running mate on Saturday, ending weeks of speculation about the No. 2 slot on the GOP ticket. The Associated Press and several TV networks confirmed the news.
Mitt Romney will announce his vice presidential candidate Saturday morning, the first day of his four-state bus tour, the campaign said Friday. “On Saturday, Mitt Romney will begin his “The Romney Plan For A Stronger Middle Class” bus tour by announcing his choice for Vice Presidential candidate in Norfolk, Virginia,” the campaign said in a […]
US Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney would back Israel if it were to decide it had to use military force to stop Iran from developing a nuclear weapon, a senior aide said on Sunday. “If Israel has to take action on its own, in order to stop Iran from developing that capability, the governor would […]
In his first trip abroad as a presidential candidate, Mitt Romney intended to show off his strength as a statesman. Instead, he made a number of bungles — and in their traditional fashion, the British press tore him apart for it.
Mitt Romney, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, plans to shift his campaign to Israel. He plans to visit the Jewish state this summer to meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other leaders.
After months of stewing and despite widespread encouragement from many within his party, Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels sent out an e-mail to supporters early Sunday saying he had decided against jumping into the 2012 presidential race.