Romney Prepared 1,118 Words Victory Speech For The US 2012 ElectionBy May Shella Mojana-Macuha on Nov 7, 2012 in Current Events, International, Politics, United States •
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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney speaks to reporters on Tuesday, November 6, that “he is very proud of his campaign though no campaign is perfect, he had no regrets.”
“I’m sure like any campaign people can point to mistakes. But that’s the mark of anything that’s produced by human beings. … I feel we have put it all on the field. We left nothing in the locker room. We fought to the very end. … I think that’s why we will be successful,” Romney was quoted saying in a report.
Romney was interviewed by some reporters while on board on his plane as he flew from Pittsburgh to Boston, where preparations were under way for a big election night event.
According to reports, the GOP nominee admitted that he had finished writing his “victory speech” that is 1,118 words.
“I not only think we’re going to win intellectually, I feel it as well,” Romney said in a report.
Meanwhile, Romney said that “he hasn’t written a concession speech, though he acknowledged the results might not come out in his favor since nothing is certain in politics.”
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