Now Bitter, Romney Goes After President Trump
Senator Mitt Romney is one bitter guy and after being completely embarrassed after his vote with Democrats to include witnesses at the Senate impeachment hearing he decided to attack President Trump.
In an article posted by the New York Times Senator Romney highlighting just how “honorable,” he is to stand alone against the President wanting and wanting to have witnesses at the Senate impeachment trial.
At the end of the interview the New York Times quotes Romeny saying, “You go back to my campaigns,” he said. “I sort of watch how the president reacts to his opponents, and it’s not the way I did it. But you know what? He won and I didn’t. On the other hand, he won and I didn’t but I would not have done what he’s done in order to win.”
Just what did the President do that you wouldn’t have done Romney? That was the whole problem with Romney in the first place. He flat out had Obama on the ropes after his first debate and he even admitted that before the second debate he didn’t do what his advisors told him and took his foot off the gas. Thanks to him we got Obama for a second term.
Of course, Romeny is too much of a coward to come out and accuse the President collaborating with Russia, a myth that was debunked by Robert Mueller.
Isn’t this the same guy that practically begged for a position inside the Trump Administration? But, now all of a sudden Romney has a problem with how the President got elected.
Romney is not back on the ballot until 2025 which will be the remainder of President Trump’s second term. This means that Romney could sit in Washington, obstruct the President, and never return to Utah doing whatever he wants. Romney has lost the support of Republicans in Utah but, because he’s been elected to a six-year term there isn’t much the people of Utah can do.
One Utah state legislator has proposed a bill to allow voters to recalls Senators if they are displeased with their behavior. Let’s hope the legislators in Utah do the right thing and keep Mitt Romney in line.