From The Huffington Post
Former Massachusetts governor and likely 2012 presidential candidate Mitt Romney became the most high-profiled Republican to date to weigh in critically against Michael Steele, saying on Thursday that the RNC chairman had become a distraction to the party.
Appearing in Manchester, New Hampshire (a common stop for those with White House ambitions) on his book tour, Romney refused to say whether he thought Steele should resign over controversial expenditures and communications mishaps.
But according to the New Hampshire Union-Leader, he didn’t express much pleasure with Steele’s tenure either.
Click here to read the rest of the story.