1. Mitt Romney has yet to watch "New Girl", as far as we can tell from our interaction.
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3. Mitt Romney said he anticipates he'll be given some responsibility related to the Middle East but agreed with Risch that China will be a primary area of focus.
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10. Mitt Romney began the campaign as the perceived front-runner for the Republican nomination.
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11. Mitt Romney turned next to pursuing the Republican nomination for president in 2008.
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15. Mitt Romney made headlines after the first presidential debate with Barack Obama in early October 2012.
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18. Mitt Romney parlayed his success with the Olympics into politics when he was elected governor of Massachusetts in 2003.
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21. Mitt Romney said although Congress and the president agree to reopen government for three weeks, Trump and the Republicans will not back away from funding for a border wall.
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22. Mitt Romney says President Donald Trump called Democrats' bluff in making a short-term deal to reopen the federal government to work out an agreement to fund border security and avoid another shutdown.
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26. Mitt Romney considered voting for the Libertarian ticket of former Republican Governors Gary Johnson and Bill Weld, saying that he would "get to know Gary Johnson better and see if he's someone who I could end up voting for", adding that "if Bill Weld were at the top of the ticket, it would be very easy for me to vote for Bill Weld for president.
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29. Mitt Romney planned to formally label China a currency manipulator and take associated counteractions unless that country changed its trade practices.
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30. Mitt Romney believed North American energy independence could be achieved by 2020.
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32. Mitt Romney favored repeal of the Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act and the Sarbanes–Oxley Act and intended to replace them with what he called a "streamlined, modern regulatory framework".
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33. Mitt Romney pledged to lead an effort to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and replace it with a system that gives states more control over Medicaid and makes health insurance premiums tax-advantaged for individuals in the same way they are for businesses.
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37. Mitt Romney continued to give speeches and raise funds for Republicans, but fearing overexposure, turned down many potential media appearances.
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38. Mitt Romney proved the most effective fundraiser of any of the Republican candidates and partly financed his campaign with his own personal fortune.
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40. Mitt Romney attributed his conversion to an interaction with Harvard University biologist Douglas Melton, an expert on embryonic stem cell biology, although Melton vehemently disputed Romney's recollection of their conversation.
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44. Mitt Romney faced a Massachusetts state legislature with large Democratic majorities in both houses, and had picked his cabinet and advisors based more on managerial abilities than partisan affiliation.
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45. Mitt Romney became vice-chair of the Board of the Points of Light Foundation, which had embraced his father's National Volunteer Center.
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46. Mitt Romney decided to challenge incumbent Democratic US Senator Ted Kennedy, who was seeking re-election for the sixth time.
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47. Mitt Romney registered as an Independent and voted in the 1992 presidential primaries for the Democratic former senator from Massachusetts, Paul Tsongas.
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50. Mitt Romney organized a team to handle financial and management issues, sought to counter anti-Mormon sentiments, and tried to solve social problems among poor Southeast Asian converts.
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51. Mitt Romney served as bishop of the ward at Belmont, Massachusetts, from 1981 to 1986.
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52. Mitt Romney took a leave of absence from Bain Capital from November 1993 to November 1994 to run for the US Senate.
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66. Mitt Romney arrived in Le Havre, where he shared cramped quarters under meager conditions.
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67. Mitt Romney was not part of the counterculture of the 1960s then taking form in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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70. Mitt Romney won the 2012 Republican presidential nomination, becoming the first LDS Church member to be a presidential nominee of a major party.
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73. Mitt Romney arrives on Capitol Hill to a temporary office in the basement.
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76. Paul Ryan shares video of Mitt Romney dropping by in Washington.
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85. Mitt Romney is headed to Washington after all—as US senator for Utah.
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88. Mitt Romney hits Utah campaign trail, differs from Trump on media.
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90. Mitt Romney supported the Patriot Act, the continued operation of the Guantanamo Bay detention camp, and use of enhanced interrogation techniques against suspected terrorists.
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97. Mitt Romney formally announced his candidacy for the 2008 Republican nomination for president on February 13, 2007, in Dearborn, Michigan.
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101. Mitt Romney changed his affiliation to Republican in October 1993 and formally announced his candidacy in February 1994.
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