Mr. Romney acknowledged that his campaign didn’t succeed in connecting with minority voters, and he said he underestimated the appeal of “Obamacare” to low-income voters.
Although he appeared willing to critique his campaign, Mr. Romney made clear that the “roller-coaster ride” is over.
He will not embark on a third presidential run and said he has moved on from the disappointment.
“I don’t spend my life looking back,” he said.
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Ben Wolfgang is a national reporter for The Washington Times. Before coming to the Times, he spent four years as a political reporter in Pennsylvania. His focus is on education and science policy. Ben lives in southeast D.C. and has played guitar in several bands while still in Pennsylvania. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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