Mitt Romney gestures interest for 2016 Presidential Campaign


The American politician and businessman who was the Republican Party’s nominee for President of the United States in the 2012 election, Mitt Romney, made it clear publicly on Friday night, January 16th, what he has spent the last week conveying to Republicans across the country: He is considering another presidential campaign, which is for March 2016.

Speaking at a meeting of the Republican National Committee at the USS Midway museum in San Diego’s harbor, Romney received a warm response from the crowd and a standing ovation when he came to the podium and when he finished his remarks.

But Mitt Romney, whose 2012 presidential campaign was hardly criticized, also suggested that he would be a different candidate in what he argued would be a different campaign for 2016.

Romney then stated that the campaign would not “be about the Obama years, it’s going be about the post-Obama era,” hinting that facing former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton in an open seat race of United States Presidential Election would not be the same as attempting to unseat the country’s first African-American president.

As for Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign plans for 2016, he did not stretched out a third presidential run, saying, “I’m giving some serious consideration to the future.”

The 67-year-old Detroit-native politician have aggressively cranked up his outreach to his U.S. political allies — leaving Republican operatives with the impression that he will likely be joining the 2016 presidential race.

The former Massachusetts governor has been calling out all of his former aides, donors and supporters from his 2012 presidential campaign — as well as Republican Party, commonly referred to as the GOP (Grand Old Party) leaders and insiders in the vital state of New Hampshire — as he weighs a 2016 presidential bid. However, a plethora of elected officials ant activists have all but pleaded with him to not run again, with a number of them harshly criticizing his last campaign and arguing that his deficiencies would doom Republicans’ chances again in 2016.

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