Mitt Romney Says He’s Officially Done

Screen Shot 2015-05-27 at 6.17.09 PMMitt Romney, former Massachusetts governor and former presidential candidate has decided not to run for presidency. The former presidential candidate sought the Oval Office back in 2008 before winning the Republican nomination in the year 2012. In 2012, the former Massachusetts governor was able to gather 60,932,152 votes which represented 47.2% of the popular vote against Obama, the current president who had 65,899,660 which represent 51.1% of the popular vote.

The former presidential candidate spoke to Mario Lopez about the decision of not running for presidency again just before attending a charity boxing match with Evander Holyfield, a former heavyweight champion.
The former governor commented that he is running away from fights like the charity boxing match and he affirmed that he will not be running for presidency.

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