Top Advisor For Mitt Romney Reveals Why He Lost The White House Race
Less than a month after the newly re-elected President Obama delivered a massive L to his GOP opponent Mitt Romney and claimed a White House victory for a second term, Money Mitt’s advisor is speaking out to let the country know why his bossman fell short.
As President Obama and Mitt Romney plan to have lunch at the White House Thursday, Romney’s top campaign strategists reflected on why the former Massachusetts governor lost on November 6.
“I think we should have done a better job reaching out to women voters,” Stuart Stevens said on “CBS This Morning.” He added that Romney should have also done a better job with Hispanic voters. “We should have done it earlier and in a more effective way.”
Stevens, however, also credited the Obama campaign for their message to voters who approved of the president’s job.
“The Obama campaign did a very good job of speaking to voters who felt that his presidency had been a success,” Stevens said. Stevens also complimented the Obama camp, saying they “ran a great campaign.” He said Romney ran a national campaign while the president ran a campaign focused on issues specific to a select number of key battleground states.
Romney “wanted to talk about big national issues — debt, entitlements, the future of the country. He wanted to put big questions before the country,” Stevens said.
Dayyuum homie. When your own advisor says you aint isht……then you really aint isht.