Mrs. Romney: “All I can say is, we are in New York City, Mitt’s been with me a lot today, over the last few days and we have been walking the streets and people are screaming out there windows, I mean people on the street, people stop us on the street, everyone is saying ‘come, get in, jump in’, we hear it, we get a lot of phone calls, people are calling all the time, from our past donors saying ‘it’s time to think about it again’.
"We are assessing, it’s not like we are making a different decision, we are on the sidelines, we made a decision in January not to jump in.
"Like everyone, we are mystified by this race and entertained at the same time but there’s a lot of ups and downs in a primary and we went through this too by the way in our race, a lot of ups and downs. It’s a long way from being over. There is going to be a lot changes and I can guarantee you, in not too much more time, the same thing is going to be happening on the democratic side.
"There is one thing for certain and that is, there is a lot of distrust for Washington right now, a lot of frustration, a lot of anger. It is out there, both on the right and the left, you know we are participating and watching like everyone else is.”
Kilmeade: "Not Ruling it out entirely?"
Mrs. Romney: “It’s not even like we are talking about it Brain, I can say other people are talking to us about it but we, Mitt and I are not even ready to talk about it.”
Mitt also made some interesting comments during Wednesday's “ideas forum” sponsored by The Atlantic:
Romney on running for president: "I wish I could do it again." James Bennet: "You can!" #ideasforum— Derek Thompson (@DKThomp) September 30, 2015
Romney on 2012: “I wish I could do it again. You learn from your experience. There’s some things I’d do differently."— Molly Ball (@mollyesque) September 30, 2015
Mitt Romney: “I will support the Republican nominee. I don’t think that’s going to be Donald Trump."— Molly Ball (@mollyesque) September 30, 2015