RINO Mitt Romney will not be running for President.
A recent FEC filing was opened titled the “Draft Romney Manchin Committee.”
Romney’s Chief of Staff says he was not aware of the effort.
Manchin recently announced he would not be running for re-election fueling thrid party aspirations.
An FEC filing was opened called the “Draft Romney Manchin Committee.”
— Lindsay Aerts (@LindsayOnAir) November 10, 2023
Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) is standing down and will not launch a presidential bid, according to his chief of staff.
Romney’s decision not to seek reelection to the Senate in 2024 sparked speculation that he was possibly eyeing a presidential bid again, potentially putting him against one of his most prominent Republican critics: former President Donald Trump.
However, Romney’s chief of staff has put the rumors to rest following the creation of the “Draft Romney Manchin Committee” filing, which was opened with the Federal Elections Commission (FEC). According to reports from KSL TV’s Lindsay Aerts, Romney was unaware of the filing and has no interest in launching a presidential bid at this time. He is “not considering running for President on any ticket,” per his chief of staff.