Politics

Bill Clinton: Mitt Romney Can't Win, "Happy" if Hillary Runs in 2016

| by Mark Berman Opposing Views

Former President Clinton said he doesn't think Mitt Romney has any chance to follow in his footsteps and turn around his negatives to become the next president.

“I doubt it,” Clinton told ABC News in an exclusive interview. “Mr. Romney has a different challenge than I did. Even though he had a bruising primary and higher negatives and I did too. Mine was just one long character attack. It was a personal attack on me. You know, ‘you shouldn’t have this guy be president'... The problem that Governor Romney has, is his character attack was ‘You don’t really know what he believes. He did this, he says that.’"

He predicted that President Obama would win reelection "handily."

Clinton also said he would support Hillary Clinton is she decided to run for president in 2016. The current Secretary of State insists she is retiring after Obama's first term and will not run again. But the former president is open to a change in heart.

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