President Trump releases an ad against rhino Mitt Romney
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What Dr. Goebbels Really Said At The Sportpalast - February 10, 1933
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Speculation Grows Over Possibility of Mitt Romney Joining the Trump Administration
The former Massachusetts governor met with the president-elect to discuss various issues facing the United States.
Trump, Romney have ‘far-reaching conversation’ at meeting
Romney was a harsh critic of Trump in his run for the presidency, but is now being floated as a possible secretary of state pick.
Trump reportedly considering Romney for Secretary of State job
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Clinton Asks Romney’s Allies For Cash To Stop Trump
Republicans urged to join ‘Together for America Finance Council’ to defeat the GOP nominee.
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Günther Schwägermann
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