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February 6th, 2014
11:52 AM ET

Romney: I won't run in 2016

Governor Mitt Romney tells CNN's Wolf Blitzer that he has no intention of running for President in 2016.

RELATED: Mitt Romney on security at Sochi Winter Olympics.

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Filed under: 2016 election • Interviews • Mitt Romney
February 5th, 2014
06:43 PM ET

Romney: I'd still go to Sochi

In an interview with Wolf Blitzer, Mitt Romney says that despite concerns about terror threats in Russia, he'd still feel safe going to the Winter Olympics in Sochi and bringing his family.

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Filed under: Interviews • Mitt Romney • Olympics • Russia
December 31st, 2013
07:25 PM ET

MSNBC host sorry for mocking Romneys

An MSNBC host apologizes for poking fun at a family photo of the Romneys and their new grandkid, who is black.


Filed under: Lisa Desjardins • Mitt Romney
November 4th, 2013
06:35 PM ET

What a win could mean for Gov. Christie

If Gov. Chris Christie wins re-election, then it could put him in solid position for a White House run in 2016.


Filed under: Chris Christie • Erin McPike • Mitt Romney
October 30th, 2013
07:34 PM ET

Obamacare and Romneycare

Brian Todd compares two crucial aspects of Obamacare and Romneycare: availability of doctors; costs to consumers.


Filed under: Brian Todd • Massachusetts • Mitt Romney • Obamacare
October 30th, 2013
07:31 PM ET

Obamacare trouble vs. Romneycare rollout

President Obama compared Obamacare troubles to the Romneycare rollout, while opponents say comparisons are "pathetic."


Filed under: Jim Acosta • Massachusetts • Mitt Romney • Obamacare
June 6th, 2013
02:23 PM ET

Mitt Romney opens up to CNN's Gloria Borger

CNN's Chief Political Analyst Gloria Borger sat down with former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his wife Ann in Park City, Utah to discuss life after the 2012 election and the future of the Republican Party.

Mitt Romney told Borger that he was "very upset" for making the "47%" comments that became a big roadblock in his campaign last year in the final months before Election Day.

On life after the election, Romney said that it "feels right" to be out of the public bubble.

Romney also discussed Obama's choosing of Susan Rice to be the next national security adviser, saying that he finds his pick "disappointing" and thinks she "seriously misled the American people" on what happened in Benghazi.

Gloria Borger's interview with the Mitt and Ann Romney airs on "The Lead" at 4 p.m. ET and "The Situation Room" at 5 p.m. ET and 6 p.m. ET.


Filed under: Ann Romney • Interviews • Mitt Romney
November 16th, 2012
12:14 PM ET

Jindal says Romney 'gift' remark 'completely unhelpful'

(CNN) – Gov. Bobby Jindal – the newly elected chair of the Republican Governors Association and a frequent subject of 2016 presidential speculation – reiterated Thursday his irritation at Mitt Romney's comments explaining his defeat in the presidential election.

Romney was recorded telling donors on a conference call that President Barack Obama won votes by offering "gifts" to African-Americans, Hispanics and young voters.

FULL STORY ON POLITICAL TICKERF


Filed under: 2012 election • Bobby Jindal • Interviews • Mitt Romney
October 30th, 2012
05:29 PM ET

Romney's new focus: storm relief

Mitt Romney tones down politics and helps collect groceries for those affected by Sandy. CNN's Jim Acosta reports.

RELATED STORY: Looking presidential: The optics of leadership during a disaster


Filed under: 2012 election • Disaster • Jim Acosta • Mitt Romney • Sandy • Weather
October 26th, 2012
07:32 PM ET

Obama, Romney look-alikes cashing in

Bad economy? Try finding work as an presidential candidate impersonator. CNN's Alina Cho reports.


Filed under: 2012 election • Alina Cho • Barack Obama • Mitt Romney
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