Speaking to Bloomberg, a former top adviser to Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential campaign said that he thinks Romney's "friends need to be honest with him." Former Congressman Vin Weber was a "special adviser on policy" during Romney's failed campaign to beat incumbent President Obama. Weber said he's "not happy, frankly, with they way [Romney's] chosen to re-enter presidential politics."
Weber said Romney while would be a "great president," there simply is "not a lot of good precedent for somebody losing the election and coming back four years late and becoming the nominee." Romney's campaign--especially his strong debate performances--seemed to signal a popularity for Romney that might be built upon. But Weber believes Romney's road to the White House is a rocky one. In his estimation, after two good years since losing the election, Romney has now just "had a pretty bad week."
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