“I love Mitt Romney being lectured by Donald Trump on choking,” Karl Rove said. “Trump is the guy who constantly chokes on becoming a candidate. He says he’s gonna run & then goes out & gives a lousy speech & ultimately decides his TV show is more important.”
After delivering a rousing speech that shook the auditorium at the Iowa Freedom Summit in Des Moines, Trump told said that he is “very, very serious” about what’s at stake for America and the need for new leadership in '16.
Trump said that Romney fails to appeal to the Republican base and as such would lose yet again. “Many Republicans stayed home,” Trump said of 2012. “If the Republicans came out and voted, he would have won…John McCain actually got more votes than Mitt Romney.”
A mention of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R), a potential 2016 presidential contender, by Donald Trump brought boos from a conservative crowd in New Hampshire.
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Donald Trump said he may seek the Repub. presidential nomination for 2016, adding that Chris Christie's prospects for a White House run have dimmed since a scandal erupted.
Philosophically, Donald Trump is no Nelson Rockefeller. Unlike Nelson Rockefeller, Trump built his fortune himself, overcoming every considerable challenge along the way. He may have a real chance.
Cruz came out swinging against his GOP Establishment critics, saying they needed to learn how to negotiate. Cruz also said that countless constituents wanted something done immediately to stop Obamacare, rejecting the notion that the GOP should simply stand back and let the program collapse of its own merit.
Donald Trump knows a thing or two about winning, and apparently he agrees with Richard Viguerie: Stuart Stevens and the Romney campaign team did a horrible job for Romney and will be a disaster for Chris Christie.