Tagg Romney says father Mitt Romney was pushed to run for president, never wanted to be in spotlight

BOSTON - It seems that former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney might not have wanted the title "President of the United States."

His eldest son, Tagg Romney, made the shocking revelation in a recent interview with the Boston Globe.

According to the newspaper, Tagg Romney claimed his father had to be pushed toward the presidential run because he never wanted to be in the spotlight.

In the interview, he also reveals that his father would have been "ecstatic" to have somebody else run.

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