A day after accepting the Republican presidential nomination with a vow to curtail federal spending, Mitt Romney waded into a debate over the role of the federal government in preventing and responding to disasters with a visit to a hurricane-flooded area of Louisiana.
Mitt Romney, seeking to silence concerns that his campaign isn’t ready to take on President Barack Obama, made his first appearances since returning from a gaffe-plagued overseas trip and moved to shift attention back to the slow U.S. economic recovery.
Mitt Romney’s six-day international trip ended as it began, with the candidate’s attempt at a show of statesmanship clouded, this time by an aide’s confrontation with reporters at a war memorial in the Polish capital.
With an eye on middle-class voters, Mitt Romney waded into a fresh social issue yesterday, accusing President Barack Obama of gutting the welfare system’s work requirements at the expense of taxpayers.
Presumed Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, pressing to quiet debate over his wealth and business practices, is charging President Barack Obama with stressing his own re-election over job creation and being hostile to economic success.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s bid to raise money nationwide for Republicans as he considers a presidential run is forcing him to divulge details on out-of- state trips that he had previously kept secret.