Mitt Romney to Weigh in on 2016 Chaos

Mitt Romney
Former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney answers questions during a question-and-answer period following his address to the student body and guests in Starkville, Miss., Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015. Romney joked about his time as a candidate and addressed a number of world issues including terrorism, world economy and domestically "the need for strong American leadership," and job creation for Americans. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)
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Mitt Romney is giving a speech Thursday on the state of the 2016 presidential race, hours before the next Republican debate and at a moment Donald Trump is threatening to run away with the party’s nomination.

Romney, the former Massachusetts governor and 2012 nominee, has been increasingly critical of Trump as the billionaire business mogul has gained traction in the race. Trump had a dominating Super Tuesday performance, winning seven states. Romney, who briefly mounting another White House bid this cycle, is not expected to make an endorsement.

Romney will give his speech at the Hinckley Institute of Politics Forum at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City at 11:30 p.m. E.T.

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