Mitt Romney has travelled to Britain to meet David Cameron and Ed Miliband ahead of the Olympics. Follow our live coverage. Park – where he held an outdoor press conference with Lord Coe today – is spectacular. I'd say that I'm a Mitt Romney Republican, maybe a George Romney Republican, as well. And I'm kind of a Martha McSally Republican, also. Click on a link below for information on Meet the Press shows. Ron Paul (R-TX) , John Harwood and Chuck Todd | Guests & topics | Transcript | Netcast Dec.
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Democratic Challenger Tom Strickland. Bush February 8, Please check our US Election page for the latest. Miliband provided the answer: The Labour leader is a borderline obsessive fan, becoming a supporter during a childhood stint in Massachusetts, while Romney is a relatively frequent visitor to the team's Fenway Park.
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Miliband said they had "a shared allegiance" to the Red Sox nation. Mitt Romney, said David Cameron, was wrong. But I like to think that, behind closed doors, Mr Cameron was a little more frank. The Olympic Park — where he held an outdoor press conference with Lord Coe today — is spectacular. They quote an email from an unknown Romney organiser trying to put the discount in the best possible light: The Romney dinner in London on Thursday, July 26th is reaching an all time record for a one event fundraiser.
In order to get us over the top, we have been allowed to invite a few last minute guests at 10, per ticket vs 25, per ticket. But some cynics thought that the "middle of nowhere" comment could just be a swipe at Salt Lake City, which is quite near the middle of, er, Utah.
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Asked about Syria by an American reporter whether he and Cameron spoke about Syria and he replies: Isn't it convention not to speak about these things?
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Cameron vs Romney " which calls Cameron's comment "a tart rejoinder". Not content with upsetting his British hosts, Mr Romney has now also managed to enrage the travelling American press corps, who pay tens of thousands of dollars to follow him around the globe.
After his meeting with Ed Miliband, the Republican presidential challenger apparently took questions only from British reporters. The gaffe-prone Mr Romney is so rarely made available to these media "embeds" on the trail that his campaign has been nicknamed the "Mittness Protection Programme". So his decision to ignore them during one such "avail" went down predictably badly. Here is a picture of the man himself outside Number 10 I'm worried that I haven't got enough to worry about.
Mitt has attempted to smooth over the row again, telling the PM he was inspired by the enthusiasm of the British people lining the route of the torch relay. As you can see from the clip of his meeting with Ed Miliband, the Republican hopeful is a slightly wooden and old-fashioned-looking man who has a perennially awkward way with words.
Even guests at his fundraisers in London have been forbidden to speak. But that begs the question, on past performance, of what he might say. So he keeps woodenly on message, and the vicious circle continues. Bob Beckel, a firner assistant Secretary of State to Jimmy Carter a Democratand a panelist on the right-leaning Fox News, called him a "punk" with the personality of a "Ken doll" Barbie's boyfriend for those not in the know He's never done anything He's a hedge fund operator who didn't release his taxes and then He's a Ken doll with all the personality of a Ken doll.
Politico however reports that Jeb Bush, brother of ex-president George W Bush, is making a big push to get Marco Rubio, the Florida senator, on the ticket.
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He is attempting to go after Barack Obama's comments about small businesses. Latest video can be found at Breitbart. He says that Cameron's "lusty embrace" of Barack Obama shouldn't vex Romney, as "Prime Ministers and Presidents are drawn like mating whales".
But he says there is a far more simple explanation as to why the two may not see eye to eye. The reason is simple: Mitt is a conservative and Dave is not. Adding to the "Mr Leader" debate, Romney apparently never uttered Miliband's name.
Some are claiming that he forgot Miliband's name, but is it perhaps just an Americanism akin to calling someone Mr President or Mr Speaker? What do you think?
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Telegraph TV captured his comments this morning where he reckons Britain's hosting of the Olympics will be great. England is just a small island. Its roads and houses are small. With few exceptions, it doesn't make things that people want to buy.
And if it hadn't been separated from the continent by water, it almost certainly would have been lost to Hitler's ambitions. The Foreign Office has very helpfully posted a photo on Flickr of the pair of them having a chinwag so that we can all see. The pair apparently discuss baseball. Miliband is supopsedly a fan of the Boston Red Sox, an interest developed when he lived in Boston for a year as a child. Defending his decision to visit the leader of the opposition, Romney argued that "we must all exchange ideas"- about how to win elections, maybe?