Republican Party candidate for the US presidential election 2012. Romney was born in 1947 and is a Mormon. He gained popularity for successfully organising the US$100 million surplus 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics, which helped him win the position of Massachusetts governor from 2003-2007. After losing to John McCain in 2008, Romney came back to win as Republican nominee in 2012 and faces Barack Obama in November elections with running mate Paul Ryan.
Monday’s meeting marks the second time Biden will host a bipartisan group of politicians to try to craft an infrastructure bill both parties will support
The US has so far registered 20,007,149 cases and 346,408 deaths in the pandemic.
Trump’s case of massive electoral fraud is getting weaker by the day. He should accept defeat in the time-honoured tradition and show respect to voters and the electoral system.
Long-time Republican lawmakers are retiring in safe seats, and president’s hardcore acolytes are taking their place
Potential targets could include technology, aerospace and energy companies that have lost value.
Trump vented about his grievances against the impeachment process and ticked off names of those he felt had wronged him.
Fifty-two Republicans voted to acquit Trump of abuse of power while all 47 Democrats voted to remove him from office.
The White House attempts to block publication of tell-all book by former national security adviser over ‘top secret’ material.
Move by popular ex-Massachusetts governor injects new layer of uncertainty into contest less than three months before first votes.
Group led by Marco Rubio says such investment is ‘effectively funding Chinese government and Communist Party’s efforts to undermine US economic and national security’.
Romney denounced Trump on Friday, saying his calls for China and Ukraine to investigate Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden were ‘wrong and appalling’.
Competing plans to end the shutdown, now in its 34th day, both fall short despite some senators crossing the aisle and feeding hopes of a compromise.
Republican Mitt Romney conceded the US presidential election to President Barack Obama early on Wednesday morning after a bitterly fought battle. “This is a time of great challenges for America and I pray that the president will be successful in guiding our nation,” Romney told supporters after calling Obama to congratulate him.
President Barack Obama told cheering supporters that “the best is yet to come” for the United States as he stormed to a second term by defeating the Republican Mitt Romney. Speaking at his campaign headquarters in Chicago, Obama said he spoke to Romney and congratulated him on the campaign, and hoped to meet with the former Massachusetts governor to discuss ways to “move this country forward.”