Just two days before the 2014 midterm election, former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney spoke to Chris Wallace on "Fox News Sunday" to present the GOP's closing arguments.


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"This is really the last chance for America to pass judgment on the Obama administration and its policies," Romney said, pointing to the rise of ISIS, the broken promises of ObamaCare and looming amnesty of illegal immigrants as major failures of the current administration.

If Republicans capture the Senate, according to Romney, they will break the blockade in Washington, establish a new energy policy for the Keystone XL crude oil pipeline, secure the border, jumpstart the economy and help get people out of poverty.


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"I can tell you this, it's going to be a big Republican year," Romney said.  "I can't tell you whether we get the Senate or not, but we're going to pick up a lot of seats in the Senate. We're going to pick up a lot of seats in the House. We're going to pick up seats in states across the country, because, as the president said, his policies are on the ballot this year."

"And, frankly, this is people in America passing judgment on the Obama administration, with which they are not very happy."

Watch the full interview in the clip above, including Romney's answer to if he will run in the 2016 presidential election.


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