Senator Mitt Romney (R-Utah) denounced what he referred to as the current state of “vile” and “vituperative” American politics. His comments were a direct criticism of President Donald Trump, whom he blames for much of the political climate.
There are a number of Republican senators up for reelection in 2020. For some of them, sharing the ballot with Donald Trump could be helpful. For many more, it might be the end of their political career.
Senator Mitt Romney (R-Utah) said he supports holding a vote to confirm President Donald Trump’s pick to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court. Although his support does not mean Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has the votes to confirm the nominee, it does mean the Senate can move forward with hearings immediately.
Senator Mitt Romney (R-Utah) criticized a Republican-led probe into Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his past dealings with Ukraine, saying the investigation is politically motivated.
“That, I think, from the outset, had the earmarks of a political exercise,” Romney said during a Homeland Security Committee hearing. “And I’m fearful that comments made in the media recently have only confirmed that perspective.”
Donald Trump mocked Mitt Romney on Thursday, claiming the Utah senator would struggle to win an election in the state. This is despite Romney’s huge popularity there.
The President made the comments, apparently unprompted, during an appearance in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. He’s often taken aim at the Republican senator after he voted in favor of impeachment.
Alumni from the campaigns of the last three Republican presidential candidates have come out in support of Joe Biden with more than 100 backing the Democrat.
Staffers who worked for President George W. Bush, Senator John McCain and Senator Mitt Romney have declared their support for the former Vice President.
Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) refused to publicly support Trump for reelection by telling reporters that he will keep his vote to himself.
Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) joined 1,000 Americans of faith in a march to the White House in support of Black Lives Matter and ending police violence.
Criticism of Donald Trump’s recent tweets continued to grow on Wednesday. The President has repeatedly accused a former congressman of involvement in a murder.
Trump has suggested MSNBC host Joe Scarborough is somehow responsible for the death of staffer Lori Klausutis. Republican Senator Mitt Romney believes he should drop the subject now,
Trump is still bitter about Sen. Mitt Romney's vote to convict him during the impeachment trial so he mocked Romney for coronavirus self-quarantining.
Republicans were outraged when Adam Schiff said that Trump would retaliate if they voted against him. It turns out Schiff was 100% correct.
Trump held a post-acquittal gathering at the White House where he attacked Mitt Romney and congressional Republicans cowered in fear and did nothing.
MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace said Mitt Romney's decision to vote to convict Donald Trump will have long-lasting ramifications in staining the GOP as blind and corrupt.
Mitt Romney asked Trump's lawyer when did Trump first request the hold on Ukraine, and what was his reason why? Trump's defense had no answer
The John Bolton bombshell has left a group of Senate Republicans who are building toward voting for documents and witnesses.
Trump's attack on Mitt Romney was an effort to intimidate Republican Senators who will be the jury at his impeachment trial.
Everybody knows that President Donald Trump has many enemies and detractors in the new Democratic-led House of Representatives.
But it’s now becoming apparent that many Republican members of Congress are also not fond of the president or his policies, and are looking for ways to distance themselves from him. The reason, they say, is to try to assure their own political survival in the future.
Former Republican presidential candidate and current U.S. Senate candidate from Utah Mitt Romney said that if he is elected to the Senate he will not hesitate to speak up against any policy of President Donald Trump’s that he does not agree with.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Mitt Romney would be Secretary of State if it were not for Russian influence.
In an article published Thursday morning the Journal reported:
“Weeks after Donald Trump was elected president, Russia-backed online “trolls” flooded social media to try to block Mitt Romney from securing a top job in the incoming administration, a Wall Street Journal analysis shows.”
Quoting a Psalm embraced by the extremely patriarchal Quiverfull movement this past weekend, Mitt Romney revealed the source of his beliefs about women.