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In and Around News 2008-02-16:“罗姆尼转投麦凯恩,共和党大局已定'

Republican campaign dropout Mitt Romney endorsed John McCain for the party's presidential nomination




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I'm Wolf Blitzer in the Situation Room with the Best Political podcast from the Best Political Team. Today, democrats' growing fears of a civil war of Party insiders decide the nominee. Also, Hillary Clinton cranks up her populist pitch in Ohio, but first, presidential dropout Mitt Romney's gift to the man who beat him. In the Republican race today, a new show of unity behind the likely nominee John McCain. Former candidate Mitt Romney endorsing McCain, offering him his delegates and urging the Party to move forward. Let's bring in CNN's Dana Bash, she's been watching the story for us, update us on what happened, Dana?

Well, you know, Wolf, sources close to Mitt Romney have been telling us since he dropped out last week that this is likely to happen today, but you know, with McCain here in New England on a campaign trip, and with a little last-minute behind-the-scenes prodding from an old McCain advisor, Mitt Romney decided this morning that he was going to formally throw his weight behind his old rival.

It maybe an awkward alliance, but what a Valentine for John McCain.

I am honored today to give my full support to Senator McCain's candidacy for the presidency of the United States. I'm officially endorsing his candidacy.

After a bruising primary battle, Mitt Romney now found qualities he says will make John McCain a good President.

This is a man who tied his political fortunes to the fortunes of our country, at a time of war. Such courage is not always rewarded in politics, but it was this time.

McCain standing with Romney in his headquarters, where just last week, they were devising strategy against him, expressed thanks.

We all know it's a hard campaign. Primaries are tough, and we know it's a hard campaign, and now we move forward, now we move forward together for the good of our party and the nation, and I'm honored, I am very honored to have Governor Romney and the members of his team, at my side.

For McCain, Romney's endorsement is his best shot yet at bringing the Party behind him, after all it was Romney who stoked Conservative distrust of McCain with minds like this.

If you want that kind of a liberal Democratic course as president, then you could vote for him.

Privately Romney advisors acknowledge this Kum Ba Yah moment is as much about Romney's political viability as McCain's.

This individual should be the next president of the United States not Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton.

Romney looking towards another potential run in the future is hoping being a team player now will be remembered by a party that traditionally rewards that.

We can't afford a coronation.

It's also a message to Mike Huckabee, who's trying to prove his GOP chops by staying in as an alternative for GOP voters dissatisfied with McCain.

Now, Romney said today that he's releasing the delegates he won to McCain. It doesn't necessarily mean that they're all going to get behind him. But, regardless, Wolf, you remember back in 2000. McCain has been there before. He lost to George Bush and he had to come behind him just like Mitt Romney did today. So he is very grateful for that. He told reporters on his bus leaving Romney headquarters that he intends to give Romney a big role moving forward.


Words and phrases:
crank up
To crank something up means to increase it or make it more intense

to throw (one's) weight behind(someone or something):意思是支持某人或某事(to support someone or something)

Kum Ba Yah
Kum ba yah, meaning 'Come By Here' in the Gullah language, is the title of a Christian hymn which originated in the lowlands of South Carolina.

coronation
A coronation is the ceremony at which a king or queen is crowned.
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I'm Wolf Blitzer in the Situation Room with the Best Political Podcast from the Best Political Team. Today, democrats' growing fears of a civil war of Party insiders decide the nominee, also, Hillary Clinton crunched up a populist pitch in Ohio, but first, presidential dropout Mitt Romney's gift to the man who beat him. In the Republican race today, a new show of unity behind the likely nominee John McCain. Former candidate Mitt, uh Romney endorsing McCain, offering him as delegates and urging the Party to move forward. Let's bring um, CNN's Dana Bash, she's been watching the story for us, update us on what happened, Dana?

Well, you know, Wolf, sources close to Mitt Romney have been telling us since he dropped out la, last week that this is last to happen today, but you know, with McCain here in New England on a campaign trip, and with a little last-minute behind-the-scenes prodding from an old McCain advisor, uh, Mitt Romney decided this morning that he was going to formally throw his weight behind his old rival.

It maybe an awkward alliance, but what a valentine for John McCain.

"I am honored today to give my full support to Senator McCain's candidacy for the presidency of the United States. I'm officially endorsing his candidacy."

After a bruising primary battle, Mitt Romney now found qualities he says will make John McCain a good President.

"This is a man who tied his political fortunes to the fortunes of our country, at a time of war. Such courage is not always reward in politics, but it was this time."

McCain standing with Romney in his headquarters where just last week, they were advising strategy against him expressed thanks.

"We all know it's a hard campaign. Primaries are tough, and we know it’s a hard campaign, and now we move forward, now we move forward together with the good of our party in the nation, and I'm honored, I am very honored to have Governor Romney and the members of his team, at my side."

For McCain, Romney's endorsement is his best shot yet at bringing the Party behind him, after all it was Romney who stoked Conservative distrust of McCain with lines like this.

"If you want that kind of a liberal Democratic course as president, then you can vote for him."

Privately Romney advisors acknowledge this Kumbaya moment is as much about Romney's political viability as McCain's.

"This individual should be the next president of the United States not Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton."

Romney looking towards another potential run in the future is hoping being a team player now will be remembered by a party that traditionally rewards that.

"We can't afford a coronation."

It's also a message to Mike Huckabee, who's trying to prove his GOP chops by staying in as an alternative for GOP voters dissatisfied with McCain.

Now, Romney said today that he's releasing the delegates he won to McCain. It doesn't necessarily mean that they're all going to get behind him. But, regardless, Wolf, you remember back in 2000. McCain has been there before. He lost to George Bush and he had to come behind him just like Mitt Romney did today. So, uh, he is very grateful for that. He told reporters on his bus leaving Romney headquarters that he intends to give Romney a big role moving forward.
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I am Wolf Blitzer in the situation room with the best political podcast from the best political team. Today democrats’growing fears of a civil war of party insiders decide the nominee. Also Hillary Clinton crunched up a populist pitch in Ohio but first presidential dropout Mitt romney’s gift to the man who beat him. In the republican race today, a new show of unity behind the likely nominee John Maccain. Former candidate Mitt Romney endorsing Maccain,offering him as delegates and urging the party to move forward. Let’s bring (in) CNN’s Dana Bash. She has been watching the story for us update us on what happened? Dana. We know oh sources close to Mitt Romney have been telling us since he dropped out late last week that this is likely to happen today. But you know with Maccain here in New England on a campaign trip and with a little last minute hehind the things prodding from an old MacCain advisor. Mitt Romney decided this morning that he was going to formally throw his way behind his old rival.

It may be an awkward alliance but what a valentine for John Maccain. I am honoured today to give my full support to Senator MaCain’ s candidacy for the presidency of United States. I am officially endorsing his candidacy. After a bruising primary battle, Mitt romney now found qualities he says will make John Maccain a good president. This is a man who tied his political fortunes to the fortunes of our country at a time of war. Such courage is not always awarded in politics but it was this time. Maccain standing with Romney in his headquarters where just last week they were advising strategy against him expressed thanks. We all know it’s a hard campoaign. Primaries are tough. We know it’s a hard campaign and now we move forward now we move forward together with the good of our party and nation and I am honoured and I am very honoured to have governor Romney and the members of his team at my side. For Maccain, Romney’s endorsement is his best shine yet at bringing the party hehind him after all It was romney who stoked conservative distrust of Maccain with lines like this. “ If you want that kind of a liberal democrat cause as president, then you can vote for him. Privately Romney advisors acknowledged this** by a momnent is as much about Ronmey’s political Viability as Maccain’s. This individual should be the next president of United States not Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton. Romney looking towards another potential run in the future is hoping being a teamplayer now will be remembered by the party that traditinally rewards them. “ We cann’t afford a coonation .It’s aslo a message to Mike Hucckabee who is trying to prove his GOP chops by staying in as a alternative for GOP voters dissatisfied with Maccain. The Romney said today that he is releasing the delegates he won to MacCain. It doesn’t necessarily mean that they are all gonna get behind him. But regarless well if you remember back in 2000 . Maccain has been there before. He lost to Jorge Bush and he had to come behind him just like Mitt Romney did today so he is very grateful for that. He told reporters on his bus leaving Romney headquarters and he intends to give Romney a big role moving forward.
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I'm Wolf Blitzer in the Situation Room with the Best Political Podcast from the Best Political Team. Today, democrats' growing fears of a civil war of Party insiders decide the nominee, also, Hillary Clinton crunched up a populist pitch in Ohio, but first, presidential dropout Mitt Romney's gift to the man who beat him. In the Republican race today, a new show of unity behind the likely nominee John McCain. Former candidate Mitt, uh Romney endorsing McCain, offering him as delegates and urging the Party to move forward. Let's bring um, CNN's Dana Bash, she's been watching the story for us, update us on what happened, Dana?

Well, you know, Wolf, sources close to Mitt Romney have been telling us since he dropped out la, last week that this is likely to happen today, but you know, with McCain here in New England on a campaign trip, and with a little last-minute behind-the-scenes prodding from an old McCain advisor, uh, Mitt Romney decided this morning that he was going to formally throw his weight behind his old rival.

It maybe an awkward alliance, but what a valentine for John McCain.

"I am honored today to give my full support to Senator McCain's candidacy for the presidency of the United States. I'm officially endorsing his candidacy."

After a bruising primary battle, Mitt Romney now found qualities he says will make John McCain a good President.

"This is a man who tied his political fortunes to the fortunes of our country, at a time of war. Such courage is not always rewarded in politics, but it was this time."

McCain standing with Romney in his headquarters where just last week, they were advising strategy against him expressed thanks.

"We all know it's a hard campaign. Primaries are tough, and we know it’s a hard campaign, and now we move forward, now we move forward together for the good of our party in the nation, and I'm honored, I am very honored to have Governor Romney and the members of his team, at my side."

For McCain, Romney's endorsement is his best shot yet at bringing the Party behind him, after all it was Romney who stoked Conservative distrust of McCain with lines like this.

"If you want that kind of a liberal Democratic course as president, then you can vote for him."

Privately Romney advisors acknowledge this Kumbaya moment is as much about Romney's political viability as McCain's.

"This individual should be the next president of the United States not Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton."

Romney looking towards another potential run in the future is hoping being a team player now will be remembered by a party that traditionally rewards that.

"We can't afford a coronation."

It's also a message to Mike Huckabee, who's trying to prove his GOP chops by staying in as an alternative for GOP voters dissatisfied with McCain.

Now, Romney said today that he's releasing the delegates he won to McCain. It doesn't necessarily mean that they're all going to get behind him. But, regardless, Wolf, you remember back in 2000. McCain has been there before. He lost to George Bush and he had to come behind him just like Mitt Romney did today. So, uh, he is very grateful for that. He told reporters on his bus leaving Romney headquarters that he intends to give Romney a big role moving forward.
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I'm Wolf Blitzer in the Situation Room with the Best Political Podcast from the Best Political Team. Today, democrats' growing fears of a civil war of Party insiders decide the nominee, also, Hillary Clinton cranked up a populist pitch in Ohio, but first, presidential dropout Mitt Romney's gift to the man who beat him. In the Republican race today, a new show of unity behind the likely nominee John McCain. Former candidate Mitt, uh Romney endorsing McCain, offering him as delegates and urging the Party to move forward. Let's bring um, CNN's Dana Bash, she's been watching the story for us, update us on what happened, Dana?

Well, you know, Wolf, sources close to Mitt Romney have been telling us since he dropped out la, last week that this is likely to happen today, but you know, with McCain here in New England on a campaign trip, and with a little last-minute behind-the-scenes prodding from an old McCain adviser, uh, Mitt Romney decided this morning that he was going to formally throw his weight behind his old rival.

It maybe an awkward alliance, but what a valentine for John McCain.

"I am honored today to give my full support to Senator McCain's candidacy for the presidency of the United States. I'm officially endorsing his candidacy."

After a bruising primary battle, Mitt Romney now found qualities he says will make John McCain a good President.

"This is a man who tied his political fortunes to the fortunes of our country, at a time of war. Such courage is not always rewarded in politics, but it was this time."

McCain standing with Romney in his headquarters where just last week, they were advising strategy against him expressed thanks.

"We all know it's a hard campaign. Primaries are tough, and we know it’s a hard campaign, and now we move forward, now we move forward together for the good of our party in the nation, and I'm honored, I am very honored to have Governor Romney and the members of his team, at my side."

For McCain, Romney's endorsement is his best shot yet at bringing the Party behind him, after all it was Romney who stoked Conservative distrust of McCain with lines like this.

"If you want that kind of a liberal Democratic course as president, then you can vote for him."

Privately Romney advisors acknowledge this Kumbaya moment is as much about Romney's political viability as McCain's.

"This individual should be the next president of the United States not Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton."

Romney looking towards another potential run in the future is hoping being a team player now will be remembered by a party that traditionally rewards that.

"We can't afford a coronation."

It's also a message to Mike Huckabee, who's trying to prove his GOP chops by staying in as an alternative for GOP voters dissatisfied with McCain.

Now, Romney said today that he's releasing the delegates he won to McCain. It doesn't necessarily mean that they're all going to get behind him. But, regardless, Wolf, you remember back in 2000. McCain has been there before. He lost to George Bush and he had to come behind him just like Mitt Romney did today. So, uh, he is very grateful for that. He told reporters on his bus leaving Romney headquarters that he intends to give Romney a big role moving forward.
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I'm Wolf Blitzer in the Situation Room with the Best Political Podcast from the Best Political Team. Today, democrats' growing fears of a civil war of Party insiders decide the nominee, also, Hillary Clinton cranes up a populist pitch in Ohio, but first, presidential dropout Mitt Romney's gift to the man who beat him. In the Republican race today, a new show of unity behind the likely nominee John McCain. Former candidate Mitt, uh Romney endorsing McCain, offering him as delegates and urging the Party to move forward. Let's bring um, CNN's Dana Bash, she's been watching the story for us, update us on what happened, Dana?

Well, you know, Wolf, sources close to Mitt Romney have been telling us since he dropped out la, last week that this is likely to happen today, but you know, with McCain here in New England on a campaign trip, and with a little last-minute behind-the-scenes prodding from an old McCain advisor, uh, Mitt Romney decided this morning that he was going to formally throw his weight behind his old rival.

It maybe an awkward alliance, but what a valentine for John McCain.

"I am honored today to give my full support to Senator McCain's candidacy for the presidency of the United States. I'm officially endorsing his candidacy."

After a bruising primary battle, Mitt Romney now found qualities he says will make John McCain a good President.

"This is a man who tied his political fortunes to the fortunes of our country, at a time of war. Such courage is not always rewarded in politics, but it was this time."

McCain standing with Romney in his headquarters where just last week, they were advising strategy against him, expressed thanks.

"We all know it's a hard campaign. Primaries are tough, and we know it’s a hard campaign, and now we move forward, now we move forward together for the good of our party and the nation, and I'm honored, I am very honored to have Governor Romney and the members of his team, at my side."

For McCain, Romney's endorsement is his best shot yet at bringing the Party behind him, after all it was Romney who stoked Conservative distrust of McCain with lines like this.

"If you want that kind of a liberal Democratic course as president, then you can vote for him."

Privately Romney advisors acknowledge this Kumbaya moment is as much about Romney's political viability as McCain's.

"This individual should be the next president of the United States not Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton."

Romney looking towards another potential run in the future is hoping being a team player now will be remembered by a party that traditionally rewards that.

"We can't afford a coronation."

It's also a message to Mike Huckabee, who's trying to prove his GOP chops by staying in as an alternative for GOP voters dissatisfied with McCain.

Now, Romney said today that he's releasing the delegates he won to McCain. It doesn't necessarily mean that they're all going to get behind him. But, regardless, Wolf, you remember back in 2000. McCain has been there before. He lost to George Bush and he had to come behind him just like Mitt Romney did today. So, uh, he is very grateful for that. He told reporters on his bus leaving Romney headquarters that he intends to give Romney a big role moving forward.
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I'm Wolf Blitzer in the Situation Room with the Best Political Podcast from the Best Political Team. Today, democrats' growing fears of a civil war of Party insiders decide the nominee, also, Hillary Clinton cranes up a populist pitch in Ohio, but first, presidential dropout Mitt Romney's gift to the man who beat him. In the Republican race today, a new show of unity behind the likely nominee John McCain. Former candidate Mitt, uh Romney endorsing McCain, offering him as delegates and urging the Party to move forward. Let's bring um, CNN's Dana Bash, she's been watching the story for us, update us on what happened, Dana?

Well, you know, Wolf, sources close to Mitt Romney have been telling us since he dropped out la, last week that this is likely to happen today, but you know, with McCain here in New England on a campaign trip, and with a little last-minute behind-the-scenes prodding from an old McCain advisor, uh, Mitt Romney decided this morning that he was going to formally throw his weight behind his old rival.

It maybe an awkward alliance, but what a valentine for John McCain.

"I am honored today to give my full support to Senator McCain's candidacy for the presidency of the United States. I'm officially endorsing his candidacy."

After a bruising primary battle, Mitt Romney now found qualities he says will make John McCain a good President.

"This is a man who tied his political fortunes to the fortunes of our country, at a time of war. Such courage is not always rewarded in politics, but it was this time."

McCain standing with Romney in his headquarters where just last week, they were advising strategy against him, expressed thanks.

"We all know it's a hard campaign. Primaries are tough, and we know it’s a hard campaign, and now we move forward, now we move forward together for the good of our party and the nation, and I'm honored, I am very honored to have Governor Romney and the members of his team, at my side."

For McCain, Romney's endorsement is his best shot yet at bringing the Party behind him, after all it was Romney who stoked Conservative distrust of McCain with lines like this.

"If you want that kind of a liberal Democratic course as president, then you can vote for him."

Privately Romney advisors acknowledge this Kumbaya moment is as much about Romney's political viability as McCain's.

"This individual should be the next president of the United States not Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton."

Romney looking towards another potential run in the future is hoping being a team player now will be remembered by a party that traditionally rewards that.

"We can't afford a coronation."

It's also a message to Mike Huckabee, who's trying to prove his GOP chops by staying in as an alternative for GOP voters dissatisfied with McCain.

Now, Romney said today that he's releasing the delegates he won to McCain. It doesn't necessarily mean that they're all going to get behind him. But, regardless, Wolf, you remember back in 2000. McCain has been there before. He lost to George Bush and he had to come behind him just like Mitt Romney did today. So, uh, he is very grateful for that. He told reporters on his bus leaving Romney headquarters that he intends to give Romney a big role moving forward.
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I'm Wolf Blitzer in the Situation Room with the Best Political Podcast from the Best Political Team. Today, democrats' growing fears of a civil war of Party insiders decide the nominee, also, Hillary Clinton cranes up a populist pitch in Ohio, but first, presidential dropout Mitt Romney's gift to the man who beat him. In the Republican race today, a new show of unity behind the likely nominee John McCain. Former candidate Mitt, uh Romney endorsing McCain, offering him as delegates and urging the Party to move forward. Let's bring um, CNN's Dana Bash, she's been watching the story for us, update us on what happened, Dana?

Well, you know, Wolf, sources close to Mitt Romney have been telling us since he dropped out la, last week that this is likely to happen today, but you know, with McCain here in New England on a campaign trip, and with a little last-minute behind-the-scenes prodding from an old McCain advisor, uh, Mitt Romney decided this morning that he was going to formally throw his weight behind his old rival.

It maybe an awkward alliance, but what a valentine for John McCain.

"I am honored today to give my full support to Senator McCain's candidacy for the presidency of the United States. I'm officially endorsing his candidacy."

After a bruising primary battle, Mitt Romney now found qualities he says will make John McCain a good President.

"This is a man who tied his political fortunes to the fortunes of our country, at a time of war. Such courage is not always rewarded in politics, but it was this time."

McCain standing with Romney in his headquarters were just last week, they were advising strategy against him, expressed thanks.

"We all know it's a hard campaign. Primaries are tough, and we know it’s a hard campaign, and now we move forward, now we move forward together for the good of our party and the nation, and I'm honored, I am very honored to have Governor Romney and the members of his team, at my side."

For McCain, Romney's endorsement is his best shot yet at bringing the Party behind him, after all it was Romney who stoked Conservative distrust of McCain with lines like this.

"If you want that kind of a liberal Democratic course as president, then you could vote for him."

Privately Romney advisors acknowledge this Kumbaya moment is as much about Romney's political viability as McCain's.

"This individual should be the next president of the United States not Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton."

Romney looking towards another potential run in the future is hoping being a team player now will be remembered by a party that traditionally rewards that.

"We can't afford a coronation."

It's also a message to Mike Huckabee, who's trying to prove his GOP chops by staying in as an alternative for GOP voters dissatisfied with McCain.

Now, Romney said today that he's releasing the delegates he won to McCain. It doesn't necessarily mean that they're all going to get behind him. But, regardless, Wolf, you remember back in 2000. McCain has been there before. He lost to George Bush and he had to come behind him just like Mitt Romney did today. So, uh, he is very grateful for that. He told reporters on his bus leaving Romney headquarters that he intends to give Romney a big role moving forward.
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I am Wolf, let's hear the situation room with the best political broadcast for the best political team. Today Democrats growing fears of civil war of party insiders decided the nominee. Also Hilary Clinton cratched up a popular pitch in Ohio, but first President dropout Mitt Romney is a gift to the man who beat him.

In the Republican race today in new share of unity behind the likely nominee John McCain. Formerly candidate Mitt Romney, endorsing McCain, offering his candidates and urging the party to move forward. Let's bring CNN Dana Bash, she has been watching the story for us, updates us .what happened, Dana.

Well you know, Wolf , sources is close to Mitt Romney have been telling he dropped out last week, this is likely to happen today. But you know with McCain here in New England on a campaign trip, and with a little last minute behind the scene plotting from his old McCain's advisor, Mitt Romney decided this morning he was going to formally throw his weight behind his old rival.

It maybe an awkward alliance, but what a Valentine for John McCain. I am honored today to give my full support to Senate McCain candidacy for presidency of the United States. I am officially endorsing his candidacy. After a bruising primary battle, Mitt Romney now found qualities he says will make John McCain a good president. This is a man who tied his political fortune to the fortune of our country at time of war, such courage is not always rewarded in politics, but it rewards this time. McCain, standing with Romney in his headquarters, were just last week, they were devising strategy against him, expressed thanks. We all know it is a hard campaign. Primaries are tough; we know it's a hard campaign. And now we move forward, now we move forward together for the good of our party and nation and I am honored, I am much honored to have Mitt Romney and his members of his team at my side.

For McCain, Mitt Romney's endorsement is his best shot yet in bringing the party behind him. After all, it was Mitt Romney who stoked conservatives distrusted McCain with remind like this. If you want that kind of liberal Democratic cause is president, then you can vote for him.

Privately, Romney’s advisor had acknowledged that this moment is as much about Romney's political viability as McCain. This individual should be the next president of the United States, not Barack Obama or Hilary Clinton. Romney, looking towards another potential run in the future, is hoping being a team player now will be remembered by a party that traditionally rewards that. We can't afford to call our nation.

It is also a message to Mike Hackle who is trying to prove his GOP chops by standing in as alternatives for GOP voters dissatisfied with McCain.

Now Romney said today he is releasing the delegates he won to McCain. It doesn't necessarily mean they are all again behind him, but regardless what you have remembered back in2000, McCain has been there before, he lost Bush and he had come behind him just as Mitt Romney did today, so he is very grateful for that. He told reporters on his bus leaving Romney's headquarters and he intents to give Romney a big role moving forward.
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I'm Wolf Blitzer in the Situation Room with the Best Political Podcast from the Best Political Team. Today, democrats' growing fears of a civil war of Party insiders decide the nominee, also, Hillary Clinton cranes up a populist pitch in Ohio, but first, presidential dropout Mitt Romney's gift to the man who beat him. In the Republican race today, a new show of unity behind the likely nominee John McCain. Former candidate Mitt, uh Romney endorsing McCain, offering him as delegates and urging the Party to move forward. Let's bring um, CNN's Dana Bash, she's been watching the story for us, update us on what happened, Dana?

Well, you know, Wolf, sources close to Mitt Romney have been telling us since he dropped out la, last week that this is likely to happen today, but you know, with McCain here in New England on a campaign trip, and with a little last-minute behind-the-scenes prodding from an old McCain advisor, uh, Mitt Romney decided this morning that he was going to formally throw his weight behind his old rival.

It maybe an awkward alliance, but what a valentine for John McCain.

"I am honored today to give my full support to Senator McCain's candidacy for the presidency of the United States. I'm officially endorsing his candidacy."

After a bruising primary battle, Mitt Romney now found qualities he says will make John McCain a good President.

"This is a man who tied his political fortunes to the fortunes of our country, at a time of war. Such courage is not always rewarded in politics, but it was this time."

McCain standing with Romney in his headquarters,where just last week, they were advising strategy against him, expressed thanks.

"We all know it's a hard campaign. Primaries are tough, and we know it’s a hard campaign, and now we move forward, now we move forward together for the good of our party and the nation, and I'm honored, I am very honored to have Governor Romney and the members of his team, at my side."

For McCain, Romney's endorsement is his best shot yet at bringing the Party behind him, after all it was Romney who stoked Conservative distrust of McCain with mind like this.

"If you want that kind of a liberal Democratic course as president, then you can vote for him."

Privately Romney advisors acknowledge this Kumbaya moment is as much about Romney's political viability as McCain's.

"This individual should be the next president of the United States not Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton."

Romney looking towards another potential run in the future is hoping being a team player now will be remembered by a party that traditionally rewards that.

"We can't afford a coronation."

It's also a message to Mike Huckabee, who's trying to prove his GOP chops by staying in as an alternative for GOP voters dissatisfied with McCain.

Now, Romney said today that he's releasing the delegates he won to McCain. It doesn't necessarily mean that they're all going to get behind him. But, regardless, Wolf, you remember back in 2000. McCain has been there before. He lost to George Bush and he had to come behind him just like Mitt Romney did today. So, uh, he is very grateful for that. He told reporters on his bus leaving Romney headquarters that he intends to give Romney a big role moving forward.
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I'm Wolf Biltzer in the Situaion Room with the best political podcast from the best political team. Today, Domocrats's growing fears of a civial war of Party insiders decide the nominee, also, Hillary Clinton cranes up a populist pitching Ohio, but first presidential dropout Mitt Romney's gift to the man who beat him. In the Republican race today in new show of unity behind the likley nominee John McCain. Former Cadidate Mitt Ronmey had endorsing McCain offering degelates and urging the party to move forward. Let's bring um, CNN's Dana Bash, she's been watching this story for us, update us on what happened Dana?

Well, we know, Wolf, sources close to Mitee Romney have been telling us since he dropout last week, this is likely to happen today. But you know, with McCain here in New England on a campaign trip and with a little last minute behind the scene proding from an McCain advisor, Mitt Romney decided this morning that he was formally going through his weight behind his old rival.

It might be awkward alliance but what a valentine for John McCain.

I am honored today to give my full support to senator McCain's candidacy for the presidency on the United States. I'm offically endorsing his candidacy.

After a bruising primary battle, Mitt Romney now found qualities he says will John McCain a good president. "This is a man who ties his political fortunes to the fortunes to our country and a time of war. Such courage is not always reward in politics, but it was this time."

McCain standing with Romney in his hearquarters where just week they were advicing strategy against him expressed thanks. "We all know its a hard campaign, primaries are tough. We know its a hard campaign and now we move forward, now we move forward together with a good of party and nation and I'm honored. I'm very honored to have governor Romney and the members of his team at my side."

For McCain, Romney's endorsement is its best shot yet in bring the party behind him. After all, it was Romney who strove Conservative distrust McCain with lines like this. "If you want that kind of liberal Democrats courses president then you could vote for him."

Privately Romney's advisor acknowledge this Kumbaya moments as much about Romney's political viability as McCain's.

"This individual should be the next president to United State, not Barack Obama or HIllary Clinton." Romney looking toward potential run in the future is hoping being a team player now will be remember by a party that traditionally rewards that. "We can't affort a coronation."

It's also a message to Mike Heckabee who is trying to prove his GOP chops by staying in as an alternative for GOP voters dissatisfied with McCain.

They are Romney say today that his releasing the delegates he won to McCain that doesn't necessarily mean that they are all get behind him. But regardless, Wolf, you remeber back to 2000, McCain has been there before. HE loss to George Bush and he had come behind hime just Mitt Romney did today. So he is very grateful for that he told reporters on his bus leaving Romney headquarters that he intend to give Romney a big role moving forward.
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I'm Wolf Blitzer in the Situation Room with the Best Political Podcast from the Best Political Team. Today, democrats' growing fears of a civil war of Party insiders decide the nominee. Also, Hillary Clinton cranks up her populist pitch in Ohio, but first, presidential dropout Mitt Romney's gift to the man who beat him. In the Republican race today, a new show of unity behind the likely nominee John McCain. Former candidate Mitt Romney endorsing McCain, offering him his delegates and urging the Party to move forward. Let's bring in CNN's Dana Bash, she's been watching the story for us, update us on what happened, Dana?

Well, you know, Wolf, sources close to Mitt Romney have been telling us since he dropped out last week that this is likely to happen today, but you know, with McCain here in New England on a campaign trip, and with a little last-minute behind-the-scenes prodding from an old McCain advisor, Mitt Romney decided this morning that he was going to formally throw his weight behind his old rival.

It maybe an awkward alliance, but what a Valentine for John McCain.

I am honored today to give my full support to Senator McCain's candidacy for the presidency of the United States. I'm officially endorsing his candidacy.

After a bruising primary battle, Mitt Romney now found qualities he says will make John McCain a good President.

This is a man who tied his political fortunes to the fortunes of our country, at a time of war. Such courage is not always rewarded in politics, but it was this time.

McCain standing with Romney in his headquarters, where just last week, they were devising strategy against him, expressed thanks.

We all know it's a hard campaign. Primaries are tough, and we know it's a hard campaign, and now we move forward, now we move forward together for the good of our party and the nation, and I'm honored, I am very honored to have Governor Romney and the members of his team, at my side.

For McCain, Romney's endorsement is his best shot yet at bringing the Party behind him, after all it was Romney who stoked Conservative distrust of McCain with mind like this.

If you want that kind of a liberal Democratic course as president, then you can vote for him.

Privately Romney advisors acknowledge this Kumbaya moment is as much about Romney's political viability as McCain's.

This individual should be the next president of the United States not Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton.

Romney looking towards another potential run in the future is hoping being a team player now will be remembered by a party that traditionally rewards that.

We can't afford a coronation.

It's also a message to Mike Huckabee, who's trying to prove his GOP chops by staying in as an alternative for GOP voters dissatisfied with McCain.

Now, Romney said today that he's releasing the delegates he won to McCain. It doesn't necessarily mean that they're all going to get behind him. But, regardless, Wolf, you remember back in 2000. McCain has been there before. He lost to George Bush and he had to come behind him just like Mitt Romney did today. So he is very grateful for that. He told reporters on his bus leaving Romney headquarters that he intends to give Romney a big role moving forward.
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I'm Wolf Blitzer in the Situation Room with the Best Political podcast from the Best Political Team. Today, democrats' growing fears of a civil war of Party insiders decide the nominee. Also, Hillary Clinton cranks up her populist pitch in Ohio, but first, presidential dropout Mitt Romney's gift to the man who beat him. In the Republican race today, a new show of unity behind the likely nominee John McCain. Former candidate Mitt Romney endorsing McCain, offering him his delegates and urging the Party to move forward. Let's bring in CNN's Dana Bash, she's been watching the story for us, update us on what happened, Dana?

Well, you know, Wolf, sources close to Mitt Romney have been telling us since he dropped out last week that this is likely to happen today, but you know, with McCain here in New England on a campaign trip, and with a little last-minute behind-the-scenes prodding from an old McCain advisor, Mitt Romney decided this morning that he was going to formally throw his weight behind his old rival.

It maybe an awkward alliance, but what a Valentine for John McCain.

I am honored today to give my full support to Senator McCain's candidacy for the presidency of the United States. I'm officially endorsing his candidacy.

After a bruising primary battle, Mitt Romney now found qualities he says will make John McCain a good President.

This is a man who tied his political fortunes to the fortunes of our country, at a time of war. Such courage is not always rewarded in politics, but it was this time.

McCain standing with Romney in his headquarters, where just last week, they were devising strategy against him, expressed thanks.

We all know it's a hard campaign. Primaries are tough, and we know it's a hard campaign, and now we move forward, now we move forward together for the good of our party and the nation, and I'm honored, I am very honored to have Governor Romney and the members of his team, at my side.

For McCain, Romney's endorsement is his best shot yet at bringing the Party behind him, after all it was Romney who stoked Conservative distrust of McCain with minds like this.

If you want that kind of a liberal Democratic course as president, then you could vote for him.

Privately Romney advisors acknowledge this Kum Ba Yah moment is as much about Romney's political viability as McCain's.

This individual should be the next president of the United States not Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton.

Romney looking towards another potential run in the future is hoping being a team player now will be remembered by a party that traditionally rewards that.

We can't afford a coronation.

It's also a message to Mike Huckabee, who's trying to prove his GOP chops by staying in as an alternative for GOP voters dissatisfied with McCain.

Now, Romney said today that he's releasing the delegates he won to McCain. It doesn't necessarily mean that they're all going to get behind him. But, regardless, Wolf, you remember back in 2000. McCain has been there before. He lost to George Bush and he had to come behind him just like Mitt Romney did today. So he is very grateful for that. He told reporters on his bus leaving Romney headquarters that he intends to give Romney a big role moving forward.
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