No one will refer to him by his code name, Javelin. Mitt Romney for six years pursued a singular goal with vigor, fervently seeking to fulfill a dream his father, too, once held: winning the presidency. On Wednesday, for perhaps the first time since 2006 when he sat down with his longtime advisers to sketch out his first presidential run, he had to face the reality that it wasn’t meant to be.
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