Mitt’s Son Tagg Says He Didn’t Want to Be President Anyway
Mitt, Tagg and Ann Romney on the campaign trail. (Yahoo)
Mitt’s son Tagg Romney says the former governor didn’t want to be president anyway.
The Atlantic reported:
If you thought the tale of how Mitt Romney lost the general election was already told, you would be wrong. Because there is so much left to tell, like how Mitt never wanted to be President anyway.
At least, that’s what Tagg Romney says in this new Boston Globe report on what went wrong with Romney’s campaign. While the rest of the piece seems to say the problems lay in the Romney campaign’s lack of technical advantage, and refusal to introduce the world to Mitt Romney, the human being, this little morsel from the Republican’s son points to a larger problem:
“He wanted to be president less than anyone I’ve met in my life. He had no desire to . . . run,” said Tagg, who worked with his mother, Ann, to persuade his father to seek the presidency. “If he could have found someone else to take his place . . . he would have been ecstatic to step aside.
His father won’t like hearing that.