Mitt Romney Wanted to Stand Out Among His Peers – Trump Accommodates Him

by David Blackmon

The Evening Campaign Update

As President Donald Trump rolls out his administration’s guidelines for Opening America Up Again, only one Republican U.S. senator will not be asked to provide input into the process.

Early Thursday afternoon, the President listed the names of Republican and Democrat members of congress who would be a part of his coronavirus congressional advisory group. That list includes over two dozen Senate and House Democrats, 21 House Republicans and 52 of the 53 Republican Senate members.

The only GOP senator left off the list? Mitt Romney, who not coincidentally was the only GOP senator who made the despicable decision to vote to convict President Trump on one of the two hoax articles of impeachment that the Democrats concocted last fall.

Cool.

Also conspicuously missing from the advisory group roster are the names of Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, the Democrat leaders in the House and Senate, respectively.

Here are some other notable names you will not find on this roster:

Read the rest HERE.

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1 Response to Mitt Romney Wanted to Stand Out Among His Peers – Trump Accommodates Him

  1. Joe Z says:

    Good move, Trump. Lord Mittens’ conservative voting score on ConservativeReview.com is 50%.
    Maybe he can be replaced by a more conservative senator when he comes up for reelection in 2024.

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