Trent Ling recounts the closure of the 2012 GOP nominating process that ultimately selected Mitt Romney to run against President Obama in November. Interestingly, though Trent expected a sustained fireworks display, the Republican campaign went out with a fizzle.
“I’m just an observer and not an advocate,” Trent relates. ”I see various tacks and tactics there for the taking, and when they fail to materialize, it surprises. It now seems that the GOP hopes to win this thing conventionally. If it loses, then the people will probably take up the mantle upon which Newt Gingrich took a calculated pass.”
In this Trent TV exclusive below, Trent shares how Gingrich let Romney go:
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