Mitt Romney just stepped in it again by insulting President Trump
After taking six years to recover from an embarrassing loss to Obama in 2012, Romney is now running for U.S. Senate in Utah.
But it’s not going as planned.
In recent weeks he’s attacked Christianity and President Trump – and he just stepped in it again.
Romney said that he doesn’t think President Trump is a good role model.
Utah US Senate candidate Mitt Romney said he would not point to his party’s leader, President Donald Trump, as a role model for his grandchildren, citing his “personal style.”
“He has departed in some cases from the truth and has attacked in a way that I think is not entirely appropriate,” Romney said in an interview with NBC News Monday.
Walking a political tightrope with his answer, Romney went to say, “I believe his policies have been by and large a good deal better than I might have expected. But some of the things he said are not ones that I would aspire for my grandkids to adopt.”
President Trump is no angel.
But he’s getting the job done.
America’s economy is surging, taxes and regulations have been lowered, and Trump has reversed many of Obama’s foreign policy disasters like the Iran deal.
Mitt Romney is one of the reasons we have President Trump in the White House.
His massive failure in 2012 – one of the most winnable elections in years – showed Republican voters they had to nominate a strong candidate that put America first, not a global elitist.