Sorry, Bob, we don’t take advice from losers.

Republicans must “be careful” before nominating a presidential candidate identified with the Tea Party movement, a veteran former senator said Friday evening.

Former Sen. Robert Bennett (R-Utah) warned his party against nominating a candidate too quickly after the early caucuses and primaries, urging the GOP to instead pursue someone with more national appeal.

“If you’re going to nominate a national candidate, don’t make the mistake of assuming that those who attend the early caucuses and the early primaries speak for the nation as a whole,” Bennett said on Fox News. “If you’re going to have a national candidate, you’d better have a national view.”

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