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Tags: Mitt Romney | daily caller | romney | third-party | challenge | dismiss

Daily Caller: Romney Shouldn't Dismiss Third-Party Challenge

Daily Caller: Romney Shouldn't Dismiss Third-Party Challenge
Mitt Romney (Photo by Michael Nagle/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

Monday, 06 June 2016 11:07 AM

Mitt Romney should keep an open mind about running as a third-party presidential candidate against Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton even though it's late in the game, The Daily Caller's senior writer Jamie Weinstein says.

"The point is Hillary and Trump are not ordinary presidential candidates. It's not unimaginable their candidacies could incinerate in a fiery inferno of scandal before we get to November," Weinstein writes.

"[That would immediately make any third party challenger who was courageous enough to enter the race now a stone's throw away from the presidency.

"Romney — and any other potential third party candidate who may still be weighing a run — should keep this in mind before turning down history's entreaties."

Weinstein notes that Romney "has the name recognition and the organizational know how to make a third party challenge more than a Potemkin effort."

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Mitt Romney should keep an open mind about running as a third-party presidential candidate against Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton even though it's late in the game, The Daily Caller's senior writer Jamie Weinstein says.
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