Huntsman: ‘Nobody cares’ about McCain’s endorsement of Romney

Jon Huntsman said that “nobody cares” about Sen. John McCain’s (R-Ariz.) endorsement of Mitt Romney.

Speaking roughly an hour after McCain, who officially endorsed Romney’s presidential campaign, the former Utah governor said the endorsement was irrelevant.

“I love John McCain. John McCain’s a war hero. But you know what? Another Dole, another McCain, another establishment endorsement,” Huntsman said Wednesday on Fox News. “It will mean zero in terms of any poll improvement for Mitt Romney because this nation is tired of the past. It wants something new.”

Bob Dole, the 1996 GOP nominee, endorsed Romney in early December.



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