The former governor of Utah will launch No Labels Radio with Jon Huntsman Saturday on Sirius XM.
It may have hastened his fall in the Republican primary, but Huntsman is still pushing climate change. A harder line on big oil and corporate lobbyists.
The Republican gadfly and No Labels crusader says he’s only trying to help. “I’d say we take about 2 percent of the media requests that come in. Really.”
Add this AKON ditty by Deborah Cox to the list of musical numbers sprinkled all over the No Labels relaunch in New York.
“We hear a lot on Israel… I don’t hear enough on Pentagon reform issues,” he tells BuzzFeed.
Abby and Mary Anne Huntsman kick off their dad’s big day in New York with a song.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was in the spotlight all year long. Will it ever be as cool to be a Mormon as it was in 2012?
A Huntsman family member and an associate reject speculation that the family patriarch is spreading rumors about Romney’s taxes. “He is simply a more honorable man than that,” says Warren.
NOW with Alex Wagner has some fun with the summer movie — and the former presidential candidate.
On CNBC, Huntsman is critical, but insists he’s staying with Mitt Romney. Veering back to the party.
Jon Huntsman compared Republicans to Chinese Communists yesterday then said his words were out of context. In fact, they were in context, and he also dismissed the Republican “base.”
Former Republican presidential candidate compares his party to Communist China. Says Reagan would have trouble winning GOP primary in this political environment. Regrets opposition to 10-1 spending cuts to tax increase deficit deal.
The consultant made more than $433,000 from the pre-campaign PAC, according to a new tally. Confusion remains about a subcontractor.
A mysterious company in the disclosure report. [UPDATE: The payments went to Huntsman’s main political advisor, John Weaver, the PAC’s treasurer says.]
No-drama Huntsman wouldn’t get excited, former aides say, rejecting the family’s version in a new book. They gave him advice, but he wouldn’t listen.
Will this teach him a lesson? Or push him toward a third-party bid?
A paid speech by the former candidate costs about as much as one from former Senator Chris Dodd, a source tells BuzzFeed.
“Whatever John Weaver says at this point, he is speaking for himself,” he says.
Campaign year speech appropriates opponents’ lines. Gingrich, Romney, and even Huntsman get their echoes.
The wrong man for this moment? The online communications director for the now-defunct campaign writes that the strategists were expecting a more exciting candidate to return from China.
A year ago, Jon Huntsman sat down with McKay Coppins to send out the first flares for his presidential campaign. Coppins looks back at the bad decisions, and at Huntsman’s surprising diplomatic failures on the campaign trail.
Airing in South Carolina days before the primary.
See how a Huntsman one-liner goes over with the toughest audience in comedy.
Huntsman can delete his videos, but the DNC has them archived. “While the Huntsman campaign tries to rewrite history, let us remind you of some of Jon Huntsman’s greatest hits against Mitt Romney. They are all still true,” emails spokeswoman Melanie Roussell, who sends along the committee’s latest jab at Romney’s job creation claims.
Sober Huntsman quits the race. Mentions Romney just once.
He’s dropping out this morning, but his supporters are already looking to a future in the Romney White House, or his own. “Crash and burn,” says Appell.
John Weaver thought Huntsman could tap into a silent, moderate Republican majority. The Ambassador would have been better off staying in Beijing.
Jon Huntsman is expected to drop out and endorse Mitt Romney on Monday. But until recently, he was attacking everything from Romney’s record on jobs to his evolving positions to his electability.
Campaign aides say Huntsman doesn’t want to stand in the way of the candidate with the best shot of beating Obama.
Some staffers have departed, others wish they could. “We’re not going to quit, but we don’t really want to keep going either.”