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Romney’s Impeachment Trial Vote Proves a Point

Utah & Mitt Romney

With the exception of a very few, Republicans, conservatives, and all those on the Right side of the aisle have all but shunned US Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT), for his vote to impeach the President on the charge of Abuse of Power. In the politically charged atmosphere of the beltway, Romney was expected to vote in lock-step with his political ...

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What Next for Democrats After Acquittal?

The journey begins by understanding the Democrat political failures. Democrats started going the wrong way many years ago but when Donald Trump became our duly elected President, the Democrat Party imploded. Until this time, Democrats never experienced competing with a Republican willing to fight back.

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Romney Asks For Investigation Of Trump Rape Allegation

Sen. Mitt Romney asked for an investigation regarding a sexual assault allegation columnist E. Jean Carroll made against President Donald Trump. Carroll accused Trump of raping her in a Bergdorf Goodman’s dressing room in New York in 1990s, according to an excerpt from her book in New York Magazine on June 21. “It’s a very serious allegation,” Romney told CNN ...

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Mitt Romney Describes The ‘Dramatic Shift’ Fueling Immigration Crisis

Utah Republican Sen. Mitt Romney appeared on NBC’s Meet the Press and explained how the changing nature of immigration has fueled the recent border crisis. “We’ve seen a dramatic shift in the nature of immigration and illegal immigration just over the last few weeks,” Romney said Sunday to host Chuck Todd. “I mean a number of years ago, and up ...

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Romney Says Trump’s Fed Pick Of Herman Cain Is Too Partisan

Sen. Mitt Romney voiced his concerns after President Donald Trump announced plans Thursday to recommend Herman Cain for a vacancy on the Federal Reserve Board. Romney dismissed, in an interview with Politico, the possibility that Trump will actually nominate Cain, a former CEO of Godfather’s Pizza for 10 years who also previously served as chair of the Federal Reserve Bank ...

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Madeleine Albright Apologizes To Mitt Romney For Mocking Russia Warnings During 2012 Campaign

Madeleine Albright, the secretary of state under Bill Clinton, formally apologized Tuesday to Utah Sen. Mitt Romney for mocking his comments during a 2012 presidential debate about the threat posed by Russia. “I personally owe an apology to now Senator Romney, because I think that we underestimated what was going on in Russia,” Albright said during a House Permanent Select ...

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Mitt “Punchy” Romney – Ben Garrison Cartoon

In a recent editorial appearing in the Washington Post, Mitt Romney claimed ‘the president shapes the public character of the nation.’ He then went on to say Trump’s character falls short. Romney is a big government lover. Such people think nothing can happen without government, including getting one’s character shaped. Therefore, he thinks it’s the president’s job to shape our characters. ...

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Jason Chaffetz: Romney Shot Himself In The Foot With Trump Attack

Former Republican Rep. Jason Chaffetz of Utah said Republican Mitt Romney hurt himself and the GOP by writing an op-ed critical of President Donald Trump in The Washington Post on New Year’s Day. “He hurt the party. I think he also hurt himself,” Chaffetz said Thursday on “Fox & Friends.” “And he hurt the Utahns. He was elected by the people of ...

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Mitt Romney’s op-ed was not brave, scathing, honest, nor was it necessary

Mitt Romney

Senator-elect Mitt Romney (R-UT) wrote an anti-Trump editorial that was published Wednesday morning. While the left sees his article as a crack in the Republican ranks, the op-ed doesn’t really say anything that other war-mongering RINO’s haven’t already said and it doesn’t really provide any new criticism of President Trump. Romney appears to be following in the footsteps of former ...

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Mitt Romney ‘Decimated’ The Republican Party And Should Be ‘Exhibit 1’ With Jeff Flake In Museum Of The Swamp, Says Dan Bongino

Radio host and political commentator Dan Bongino accused Sen.-elect Mitt Romney of decimating the Republican Party, on “Fox & Friends” Wednesday, and said he’ll be one of the last remnants of the District of Columbia swamp. Bongino was responding to a Tuesday op-ed in The Washington Post written by Romney, in which he criticized President Donald Trump and the administration’s policies. He called Romney ...

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MSNBC’s Mika Says Trump Will Regret Not Giving Romney A Job In The White House

MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski said President Donald Trump will regret not hiring Mitt Romney for a job in the White House, after he wrote a scathing op-ed in The Washington Post Tuesday. “Let me just read the title of Mitt Romney’s opinion piece that he wrote. The president shapes the public character of the nation. Trump’s character falls short —  It’s a big ...

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Fallout: The Nuclear Bomb That Was Dropped on Alabama

Roy Moore

So, there it is. Doug Jones wins the Senate seat in Alabama. What Went Wrong: Republicans backed Roy Moore in the wrong way. By denying the accusations, we looked like the deniers, because we were. The fact of the matter is the accusations are credible. As hard as it is to hear that, it is just true. Between multiple women ...

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Sen. Orrin Hatch Will Host Re-Election Fundraiser

Orrin Hatch

Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah will host a re-election fundraiser in early January, raising further questions about whether he will actually retire from Congress. Hatch is the most senior Republican currently in the Senate. Hatch will reportedly invite donors to his eighth annual ski fundraiser in January at the St. Regis Hotel in Park City, Utah, where the suggested donation reaches as high ...

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UTAH Rumor Mill: Orrin Out, Mitt to Run?

Mitt Romney has reportedly told those close to him that if Orrin Hatch retires, as was rumored in April and again Friday, he would run for Hatch’s seat. According to a report in The Atlantic, Utah Senator Orrin Hatch privately told allies that he is planning to retire at the end of his term in 2018. Hatch has given no official ...

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