ON THE TRAIL: May 30, 2012
May 30th, 2012
06:00 AM ET
2 years ago

ON THE TRAIL: May 30, 2012

(CNN) - The campaign trail will be largely quiet on Wednesday, one day after Mitt Romney unofficially clinched the Republican presidential nomination. Romney will hold no public events and instead attend four fund-raisers in California, while President Barack Obama will be in Washington with no campaign events scheduled.


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  1. Marie MD

    So the flip flopper is now waiting for orders from his handlers. He must be really upset that the trump clown received more publicity with his lunatic rants than he did.
    Then again, with 80% of the percents reporting iin Texas he received about 880,000 in a state of over 25 million people. I don't know about the bishop but I still don't feel the love.
    BTW thank you Planned Parenthood for your ads for women against the bishop!!! About time!!! And you are welcome for our contribution.. If only the DNC would getntheir act together because the new majority PAC is lying about the president but the PP ads actually have the truth from the horse's mouth and I want to hear how the bishop flip flops on these!!!

    May 30, 2012 07:51 am at 7:51 am |
  2. Governor 47th in Job Growth

    "Putting Jobs First". Funny. Just like the GOP in 2010. Ran on jobs, proceeded to attack social issues only.
    What Willard won't tell you is that he outsourced all kinds of jobs whether it be during the Bain of his existence or while he diddled as Gov of MA. Willard is a spineless wimp who is not fooling enough people to buy his way into 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

    May 30, 2012 09:21 am at 9:21 am |