Sen. Mitt Romney says he's 'sickened' by the dishonesty the Russia investigation found in the Trump White House
Romney, a former Massachusetts governor, had criticized Trump before — notably, in a March 2016 speech he called Trump a “fraud” and opposed his bid for the GOP nomination
During the 2016 presidential campaign, Romney denounced Trump as a 'fraud' who was 'playing the American public for suckers.' Now he's running for a U.S. Senate seat in Utah
Romney, a fierce critic of Trump during the Republican presidential primary battle, stopped short of an outright apology but his intention to wipe the slate clean was clear.
Senior Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway warns that the president-elect's supporters would feel 'betrayed' if he tapped the 2012 GOP presidential nominee.
Top Trump adviser's comments deepen a highly unusual push by some Trump allies to stop the president-elect from nominating Romney to the top Cabinet post.
Romney said he and Trump 'had a far-reaching conversation with regards to the various theaters in the world.'
Romney is due to meet Trump on Saturday and may discuss the possible appointment.
As they denounce Trump as 'unhinged' and unfit, Democrats now describe the 2012 Republican nominee as principled, competent and honorable. It's a sharp reversal from four years ago.
“We are in control of our own actions,” states political agenda will dictate House race and not Trump.
Trump responds that Romney had previously supported the candidacies of Kasich and Rubio and jokingly questions Romney's Mormon faith at a Salt Lake City rally.
Romney casts lot with growing chorus of anxious Republican leaders — people many Trump supporters view as establishment figures — in trying to slow GOP frontrunner's momentum.
Romney, who lost to Obama in 2012, is known as being staunchly pro-Israel; Netanyahu accused in the past of supporting Romney against Obama, souring relations with U.S.
The former Republican candidate used the ascendant Sheldon Adelson-backed Israeli-American Council to lambaste Obama’s letter to Iran’s leader and his 'demeaning' policy towards Israel.
If according to Romney and John McCain anyone who opposes Netanyahu is anti-Israel, Jon Stewart jokingly concludes that the results of the election show that half of Israel must also be 'anti-Israel' and even 'anti-Semitic.'
The prime minister reportedly wants U.S.-born advisor Ron Dermer to replace Michael Oren in Washington. But, for a number of reasons, he might want to rethink the nomination.
Like the U.S., we too have an electoral college made of 'states,' some of which are underrepresented, like Israel's non-Jewish citizens, and some that are disproportionately influential, like settlers and Haredim.
Three days before the U.S. election, both candidates are neck and neck in Ohio, Florida, Virginia, and Colorado, a new Reuters/Ipsos poll shows.