Trump Romney For President 2012

04.12.11 | Sarah Harnisch

   It's no secret that Donald Trump is considering a run for the Presidency in 2012, as a conservative. On Monday, the White House took their first jabs at Trump, saying "mainstream Americans think he's a sideshow." Trump responded by saying "obviously I hit a nerve, because they're fighting me. I don't hear them talking about Tim Pawlenty or anybody else, they're fighting me. And I can tell you, I'm their worst nightmare. I'm not the person they want to run against."
  Trump was on the 700 Club this morning, where he talked politics and faith. Trump has already said he's interested in  wooing evangelicals for the gop presidential nomination. He told interviewer David Brody, quote, "I'm a Protestant, I'm a Presbyterian.  And you know i've had a good relationship with the church over the years.  I think religion is a wonderful thing.  I think my religion is a wonderful religion."
   Meanwhile, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney announced he's forming an exploratory committee for the Presidency in 2012. In a video statement to supporters, he said President Obama doesn't know how jobs are created. Romney is considered the frontrunner in the race, above Donald Trump.