Alluding to Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney warned today that voters should not support a “zany” presidential candidate.
“Zany is great in a campaign,” Romney told the New York Times in an interview. “It’s great on talk radio. It’s great in print, it makes for fun reading. But in terms of a president, we need a leader, and a leader needs to be someone who can bring Americans together.”
Romney did have one sentence of praise for the former speaker; he called Gingrich a “great historian.”