Mitt Romney warned last week that if Donald Trump became president, the United States would “sink into prolonged recession.” But in 2012, when Romney accepted Trump’s endorsement for his presidential bid, Romney praised Trump as someone with an “extraordinary ability to understand how our economy works.”
Mitt Romney warned last week that if Donald Trump became president, the United States would “sink into prolonged recession.” But in 2012, when Romney accepted Trump’s endorsement for his presidential bid, Romney praised Trump as someone with an “extraordinary ability to understand how our economy works.” Rick Bowmer The Associated Press
Mitt Romney warned last week that if Donald Trump became president, the United States would “sink into prolonged recession.” But in 2012, when Romney accepted Trump’s endorsement for his presidential bid, Romney praised Trump as someone with an “extraordinary ability to understand how our economy works.” Rick Bowmer The Associated Press

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