September 21, 2014
Republican Mitt Romney took shots Friday at Rudy Giuliani, Hillary Clinton and GOP politicians in Washington, saying his party needs a "new face" with real-world experience to carry Nevada and other swing states in the next presidential election.
The former Massachusetts governor also said he opposes medical
marijuana laws because they are a "trojan horse" for legalizing the drug, which he said is a "plague to our children and a plague to our country."
Continuing his recent stepped up criticism of his rival Republican and former New York City Mayor Giuliani, Romney described himself in a speech to the Nevada Federation of Republican women as the candidate who "speaks for the Republican wing of the Republican Party."
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