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A chance to lead the state Department under President Donald trump appeared at rival Barack Obama in the presidential race of 2012 MITT Romney. During the campaign, he said that Russia is the main geopolitical enemy of the USA
The US President-elect Donald trump continues active negotiations on the formation of his team. Sunday, November 20, he will meet with a member of the presidential race in 2012, former Massachusetts Governor MITT Romney, which candidate trump is considering as a possible head of the U.S. Department of state. About it, citing sources, reported NBC News.
In 2012, Republican Romney was a rival of Barack Obama in the presidential election and lost. He criticized Obama’s decision to take the course for closer cooperation with Russia on nuclear safety issues.
In the primaries Romney in an interview with CNN on March 26, 2012 called Russia a “geopolitical enemy of the USA number one”. “Russia always supports the worst world modes, and the idea of Obama to show flexibility in relations with her, I think, is very disturbing,” said Romney. Romney became the Republican candidate and during the campaign of his rival, incumbent President Barack Obama — often sneer at this statement.
Romney refused to publicly endorse trump in struggle for the White house in 2016, he has performed with regular criticism of the program and actions of the billionaire. However, on 13 November the President-elect team is elected President of the USA has published published a report which said that Romney and other Republicans congratulated him on his victory. Among the candidates for the post of Secretary of state in the administration of the trump media also called the Governor of South Carolina Nikki Haley, former new York mayor Rudolph Giuliani and former permanent U.S. representative to the United Nations John Bolton.
Among the candidates for the post of Secretary of state in the administration of the trump media also called the Governor of South Carolina Nikki Haley, former new York mayor Rudolph Giuliani and former permanent U.S. representative to the United Nations John Bolton.