Tagg Romney: ‘Dad Never Wanted to be President’

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The oldest son of a former presidential runner-up made a shocking revelation in a recent interview, according to the Daily Mail.

Tagg Romney, the oldest of Mitt Romney’s five sons, claims his father had to be ‘pushed’ toward the presidency. The eldest Romney also reportedly claimed the former Massachusetts governor never wanted to be in the spotlight, and would have been ‘ecstatic’ to have someone run in his place.

Tagg Romney also says he and his mother, Ann Romney, were his father’s biggest supporters during his two runs for the Oval Office.

This isn’t the first time Tagg Romney has made shocking claims in an interview. Tagg reportedly joked about punching President Obama following a heated presidential debate, according to the Huffington Post.

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