Gov. Mitch Daniels Speaks Out About the Possibility of Becoming the GOP Vice Presidential Nominee
Governor Mitch Daniels (R-IN) appeared on Fox News Sunday and spoke about the possibility of becoming the GOP vice presidential nomination. Daniels has already endorsed Mitt Romney and told Chris Wallace that he thinks Romney is more in touch with the American people than President Obama. “He’s been out there, he’s been roughed up in the primaries, he’s been face to face with the really serious lingering economic difficulties America faces.”
Wallace asked Daniels about comments he made to the Indianapolis Star in which he stated, “You have to campaign to govern not just to win. Look at everything through the lens of folks who have yet to achieve. Romney doesn’t talk that way.” Read More
Posted on April 22, 2012, in #politics and tagged GOP vice president nominee, governor mitch daniels, mitch daniels, mitche daniels, politics, presidential nomination. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.