In his recent interview with the New York Times, Ron Paul made some serious disclosures about the Republican National Convention, who he says offered him a speaking slot on conditions he just could not meet.
He said that the pre-requisites made by Republican National Convention planners to the Congressman from Texas were firstly, to deliver a speech that was pre-approved by Romney’s campaign, and that he give his full-fledged support and endorsement of Mitt Romney as President in the upcoming elections.
“It wouldn’t be my speech," Paul said. "That would undo everything I’ve done in the last 30 years. I don’t fully endorse him for president."
It was being believed that even after ending his presidential bid in May, Paul could amass enough support to challenge Romney’s nomination. Meanwhile, Romney’s camp is also in constant efforts to mend fences with Paul and his devotees.
Sources reveal that a gesture of reconciliation will be displayed at the convention by paying a video tribute to Paul. However, with Ron’s constant reluctance towards endorsement will definitely make the path of reconciliation difficult for Republicans.