Mitt Romney blasts Donald Trump, labelling him ‘very, very not smart’

Former US presidential candidate Mitt Romney attacked 2016 Republican front-runner Donald Trump on 3 March, describing Trumps personal qualities as undesirable and his policies as very, very not smart. In an unusually harsh speech, party elder Romney warned that former reality TV star Trump would likely lose to possible Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in the 8 November election if he becomes the Republican nominee. Mar 4, 2016

Super Tuesday: Donald Trump says he has ‘expanded’ the Republican party

Republican Donald Trump rolled up 7 wins on 1 March, as the front-runner took a step toward capturing the Republican party nomination on the 2016 campaigns biggest day of state-by-state primary voting. Trump turned his sights on Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton after she also took 7 wins, with Trump promising to go after Clinton. Mar 2, 2016