Mitt Romney transition website content revealed, but removed immediately (Screenshots)

By on Nov 9, 2012 in International, Politics, United States Comments

The content of the so-called Mitt Romney transition website was revealed shortly, as shown in the screenshots below. However, it was later removed after the US election results show that President Barack Obama won his second term in office, along with Vice President Joe Biden.

Mitt Romney transition website screenshot

Mitt Romney transition website
Screenshot Credit: Solution Stream

As noted at PoliticalWire.com on Wednesday, November 7, 2012, a day after the Election Day, the Mitt Romney transition website was first spotted by Taegan Goddard, an author and former policy adviser, and screenshots were saved on posted on the website before the site was taken down.

“I’m excited about our prospects as a nation. My priority it putting people back to work.” A statement of Mitt Romney reads on his transition website, Romney.SolutionStreamCreative.com, titled “Mitt Romney Elected the 45th President of The United States of America,” along with a link to the video of his acceptance speech.

Apparently, the supposed President Mitt Romney website has a set of pages dedicated to his planned administration, with the page titles include President Elect, where a photo of Paul Ryan as Vice Presient-elect is included, Believe in America, Nominees, Newsroom, and Join the Administration.

“President-elect Romney has a vision for an American century and has a strategy to secure our enduring interests and ideals. He believes that liberty, opportunity, and free enterprise have led to prosperity and strength before and will do so again.” A statement reads at the Believe in America page.

“President-elect Romney is working closely with his transition team to put together his administration to ensure a smooth transfer of power on January 23th, 2013 and get to work for the American people.” A statement reads at the Nominees page, with the Cabinet Position section is still blank.

According to Huffington Post also on Wednesday, the site server belongs to Solution Stream, a Utah software shop company that designed the new Romney website. Jason Thelin, one of the company owners have told them that it had been turned over to the campaign and was “all ready to go.”


Mitt Romney transition website screenshot 2
Mitt Romney transition website
Screenshot Credit: Solution Stream

Mitt Romney transition website screenshot 3
Mitt Romney transition website
Screenshot Credit: Solution Stream

Mitt Romney transition website screenshot 4
Mitt Romney transition website
Screenshot Credit: Solution Stream


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