By Sarah B. Boxer
During his third annual E2 Summit in Park City, Utah, this weekend, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney told Yahoo global news anchor Katie Couric that the chances he would run for president again are “somewhere between zero and nil.”
However, the former GOP presidential nominee is certainly not shying away from the spotlight. E2, which stands for “Experts and Enthusiasts,” gathered a select group of politicians and donors, mostly Republican, who heard remarks from presidential candidates Sen. Marco Rubio, Sen. Lindsey Graham and Carly Fiorina, as well as Govs. John Kasich, Chris Christie and Scott Walker, who have yet to announce their intentions.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush was one of the only Republican frontrunners who did not attend the retreat. He was on a three-country tour of Europe at the time.
Romney said he took no offense at Bush’s absence. “I think it’s important from time to time to do exactly what he’s doing, which is to visit other nations inRead More »from Romney talks 2016 but says chances of running for president are 'between zero and nil'