The Republican Party is serious about their push to draw support from minority voters. Coming off two back-to-back presidential losses, and the damage done by Mitt Romney’s White House bid, the Republican National Committee revealed yesterday, that they will shell out $10 million in an attempt to diversify the party.
Mitt Romney has been taking his time getting back into the public eye, making a big step today by addressing conservatives at the 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference, Friday. Romney addressed the CPAC crowd, thanking his supporters, and spoke on losing out for president.
Last year, Scott Prouty changed the tide of the presidential election, but no one even knew he was—until now. Prouty is the man who secretly recorded, then presidential hopeful, Mitt Romney segregating 47 percent of voters, whom he said would side with President Obama, regardless of his policies.
Mitt Romney hasn’t quite reached the level of acceptance when it comes to his failed presidential bid. Having sat down with Fox News for his first post-defeat interview since the November election over the weekend, Romney said that not winning the race for the country’s highest office “kills” him.
After months of silence, Mitt Romney will give his first television interview since losing the presidential election, last November. Romney chose to speak with Fox News Sunday about his failed campaign, and will give a critique on President Obama’s second term.