Mitt Romney is tired of President Donald Trump’s temper tantrums, and he’s letting him know it. The post Thumbs Up for Romney’s Rampage Against Trump appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Beth Lindstrom announced she is joining the Republican field of candidates challenging Sen. Elizabeth Warren for her Senate seat.
BOSTON (AP) — An aide to former Republican Gov. Mitt Romney is stepping up to challenge Democratic U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts. Beth Lindstrom says in a video message posted on her website Monday that she's "all in" for the 2018 race. Show More Summary
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Another Massachusetts Republican is stepping up to challenge Democratic U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Beth Lindstrom, who served in the administration of former Republican Gov. Mitt Romney, said in a video … Click to Continue »
Mitt Romney said Trump’s comments after violence in Charlottesville had caused ‘the vast heart of America to mourn’. Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, warned of an “unraveling of our national fabric” on Friday as he excoriated Donald Trump over his defence of people involved in a neo-Nazi rally. Show More Summary
Mitt Romney said Donald Trump's words caused "racists to rejoice" as another one of President Donald Trump's advisory boards saw mass resignations over his...
On Facebook this morning, Mitt Romney posted a rather forceful plea for President Trump to pursue "extreme remedial actions" regarding his Charlottesville comments saying that "whether he intended to or not, what he communicated caused...Show More Summary
The Washington Post's digital front page a little while ago told us that Donald Trump has given in to those who wanted him to "dispatch with" Stephen Bannon: Last Friday, Mitt Romney's Facebook post explained that he would "dispense from" discussion of certain aspects of Trump's comments on the Charlottesville events: And in February of 2016, […]
Former Republican nominee Mitt Romney issued a blistering critique of President Trumps comments on the violence in Charlottesville Friday, saying his words caused racists to rejoice, minorities to weep, and the vast heart of America to mourn.
Mitt Romney has excoriated President Trump for his equivocating response to the violence in Charlottesville and urged him to apologize or risk subjecting the country to “an unraveling of our national fabric,” the New York Times reports. Said Romney: “Whether [...]
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney on Friday condemned President Trump’s response to the clashes in Charlottesville, publishing a lengthy Facebook post in which he said the president should apologize. Just how sincere he was in his rebuke is questionable. “Whether he intended to or not, what he communicated caused racists to rejoice, minorities to weep, […]
The 2012 GOP nominee unambiguously condemns Trump’s remarks about Charlottesville and calls for an extremely unlikely retraction and apology.
Because cold showers are having a moment, check out today's mid-day links: Bannon on the precipice, David Brooks toilet paper, OKCupid bans crying Nazi, Mitt Romney calls out Trump, new Grizzly Bear album, and horses sliding down a hill. Show More Summary
Romney has urged the President to 'act now for the good of the country'
We're having a hard time finding anyone (who isn't a Nazi or white nationalist) who's not mad at Donald Trump right now. On Friday morning, Mitt Romney released a lengthy statement urging POTUS to apologize for his response to the violence in Charlottesville that "caused racists to rejoice, minorities to weep, and the vast heart of [...]
Hard words for hard times. The post Mitt Romney Goes Nuclear On Trump appeared first on RedState.
Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney called on President Donald Trump to “acknowledge that he was wrong” and apologize for his remarks about the violent Charlottesville rally.
In a Facebook post, Mitt Romney urges President Trump to repudiate racists and admit they were “100% to blame” for the violence in Charlottesville, Va.
"There may commence an unraveling of our national fabric." The post Romney to Trump on Charlottesville: Apologize appeared first on Hot Air.