US 2016: Mitt Romney warns Trump not fit to run country

The former Republican candidate Mitt Romney has criticised the frontrunner hopeful Donald Trump during a speech today.

US presidential candidate Donald Trump has neither “the temperament nor the judgement to be president”, Romney says.

He accused Mr Trump of bullying, misogyny and dishonesty in a speech in Utah on Thursday.

“Prospects for a safe and prosperous future are greatly diminished” if Mr Trump becomes the nominee, he added.

In response, Trump has meanwhile mocked Mr Romney on Twitter as a “failed candidate” who should not advise on electability.

Conclusion: The row between Trump and Romney is more interesting than Republican debate on Fox News.


US 2016: Mitt Romney questions Donald Trump tax situation

The billionaire Donald Trump has another enemy. The 2012 republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney give an interview to Fox News which questioned Trump’s tax situation.

“I think we have good reason to believe that there’s a bombshell in Donald Trump’s taxes. I think there is something there,” Mitt Romney told Fox news on Wednesday.

This is because, he said, every time Mr Trump is asked about his taxes “he dodges and delays”.

“We could find he doesn’t have anywhere near as much income as we might think he would have with a $10 billion net worth, or he doesn’t pay any taxes or he pays very, very low taxes,”  Romney added.

Trump hit back on twitter calling the ex-governor of Massachussetts in”one of the dumbest and worst candidates” in Republican history.

Conclusion: This is the Trump way to response for his rivals.

US 2016: Mitt Romney will not run for White House

Today, 2012 Republican Candidate Mitt Romney announces his decision to not run in 2016 presidential polls. He said he had decided it was “best to give other leaders in the party the opportunity to become our next nominee”.

His statement comes weeks after a surprise announcement saying he was considering another bid.

Conclusion: He returns to reality now.

Obama to have lunch with Romney to discuss fiscal cliff

On next Thursday, The US president Barack Obama have a lunch with defeated Republican presidential hopeful, Mitt Romney. Its the first meeting face-to-face with him since Obama’s victory in 6 November polls. During his victory speech, Obama pledged to meet the former Massachusetts governor to talks on how to “move this country forward”. Republicans should be discuss on how to “move this country backward with Obama president”


“The Obama campaign was following the old playbook of giving a lot of stuff to groups that they hoped they would get to vote for them… specifically the African-American community, the Hispanic community and young people” “With regards to African-American voters, ‘Obamacare’ was a huge plus – and was highly motivational”You can imagine for somebody making $25, or $30, or $35,000 [£22,000] a year, being told you’re now going to get free healthcare, particularly if you don’t have it, getting free healthcare worth, what, $10,000 a family, in perpetuity, I mean this is huge”

From defeated US republican candidate Mitt Romney. One more bullshit said for him

The people of the world are watching, the people of America are watching.” “We can begin a better tomorrow tomorrow, and with the help of the people in Florida, that’s exactly what’s going to happen.

From US Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney during the rally in Florida. Its Romney way to seduces voters in a swing state;

US economy adds 171,000 new jobs in October.

The US economy adds 171.000 jobs on last October according US Labor department. Also, official figures showed that unemployment rate still rose 7.9% having fallen to 7.8% in September, such as more workers resumed to search jobs. The presidential candidates has commented the numbers. Mitt Romney said “Today’s increase in the unemployment rate is a sad reminder that the economy is at a virtual standstill.” “The jobless rate is higher than it was when President Obama took office, and there are still 23 million Americans struggling for work,” said Republican candidate. “We’ve made real progress,” Barack Obama told a crowd during a rally in US swing state of Ohio. “But we’ve got more work to do,” said Democratic candidate. Americans don’t believes in that statements.