The Corner

Mitt Romney Embraces the Rush Chaos

I was just chatting with former Massachusetts governor and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. I asked him about Hillary Clinton and Operation Chaos.

Romney said of Senator Clinton: “I don’t have inside insight on the delegate-selection process in the Democratic party but from the outside it looks like this is close to being over. I think it’s been terrific that the Democrats have been bitterly divided, while we’ve … had a presumptive nominee… who can speak out on important issues.”

He added, “I applaud the ongoing battle among the Democrats and hope it continues.”

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