G. McConway
December 24, 2022

Romney: If I Run, I Win

Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) is feeling himself just a bit lately.

Romney, who is up for re-election in 2024, is very confident he will win if he runs.

Romney has been targeted by MAGA Republicans and has become one of the most hated politicians among conservatives.

He must now feel as though with Trump's recent struggles, he is back in the black.

I Win…

Romney was recently asked if he was going to run again.

It was not that long ago that Romney considered himself dead in the water in terms of being elected again. That has clearly changed.

When he was asked if he thought he could win, he stated, "I haven't made a decision, finally.

"And probably won't do that anytime in the immediate future."

He continued, "I've faced long odds: Getting the nomination in 2012 was a long shot, becoming a Republican governor in one of the most liberal states in America, Massachusetts.

"I'm convinced that if I run, I win. But that's a decision I'll make."

With everything that is happening to Trump, Romney may get the itch to run for president again, but that would be a heartbreaker for him as I see it.

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich chimed in on that.

Gingrich stated, "I wouldn't be surprised to see Romney run in the Republican primary. I think he's more likely to run for president than for re-election in the Senate.

"It's a free country, I think he has every right to do what he thinks is best, but I think you clearly see Massachusetts values in a Utah senator. And I think that's probably not sustainable, and he can't get re-elected."

I tend to agree with Newt on this.

The people of Utah have woken up to his con, and there is no way I see Romney even making it out of a primary race if he is challenged.

Source: Fox News

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