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Catalina Camia, USA TODAY
Ex-GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney is getting ready for another splash into the public eye, so it's natural that he might have something to say about President Obama.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Romney said Obama lacks "any clear agenda" for a second term except for an overhaul to the nation's immigration laws.
"We are now over 100 days, and we have yet to see any particular agenda," Romney told the WSJ. "That is my view, that the extraordinary disappointment of the president's second term is where the opportunity was greatest, he has proposed the least. He continues to campaign as if there is another election, and there isn't."
Next week, Romney will host business leaders, politicians and others for what he's billing as the "Experts and Enthusiasts" summit. People such as New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Obama strategist David Axelrod and Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman are expected to attend June 5-8 in Park City, Utah, where Romney hosted a major event for his donors and supporters during the 2012 campaign.
Besides Christie, Romney's running mate Paul Ryan and Sen. Rand Paul will also be there. The three Republicans are among those most often touted as potential presidential candidates in 2016.
"They represent very different perspectives in the Republican Party," Romney said.
The Park City conference won't be all wonky speeches and lectures. The WSJ reports attendees can go skeet shooting with Ryan, play a round of golf with Paul, and go horseback riding with Romney and his wife, Ann.