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The Wall Street Journal: Kellyanne Conway blasts Mitt Romney: ‘He went out of his way to hurt Donald Trump’

MarketWatch Sunday, 27 November 2016
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News video: Kellyanne Conway Joins Attacks On Mitt Romney

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The last few days have been tough for Mitt Romney. After the former Massachusetts governor and 2012 GOP nominee met with President-elect Donald Trump, Mike Pence said Romney was being considered for Secretary of State. After that, Trump supporters and surrogates slammed Romney for his attacks on...

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