Anonymous Romney advisors blast Jindal in UK paper
Gov. Bobby Jindal, who had traveled the country stumping for GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, was quick to distance himself when Romney pancaked on Election Day.
The Daily Mail, a conservative-leaning British tabloid, today published an article in which anonymous Romney advisors are now firing back against "the 'craven hypocrites' in the Republican party who just days before the election were clamouring for jobs in a Romney administration and are now belittling him."
More below the cut, including a quote from a Romney advisor who said, "Bobby Jindal wanted very, very much to be Vice President."
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