President Donald Trump unleashed an epic smackdown of Republican Senator Mitt Romney for attacking his decision to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria.
In a stunning new ad, Trump exposed Romney as a “Democrat secret asset” who’s working with the left to undermine his presidency.
The president tweeted the video with the caption: “REPUBLICANS MUST STICK TOGETHER AND FIGHT!” It was aimed at the war-mongering RINOs who want to keep American soldiers in Syria forever.
The video called Mitt Romney a “slippery, slick, stealthy” traitor who tried to “infiltrate” the Trump administration when he begged Trump to be secretary of state.
(Source: Donald Trump/Twitter)
In a separate Twitter video, Trump mocked Romney by recalling how he crushed Hillary Clinton on election night in 2016.
That’s a stark contrast to Romney’s own failed presidential campaign against Barack Obama in 2012.
There has been bad blood between Romney and President Trump ever since 2016. At the time, the Utah senator held two press conferences to trash then-candidate Donald Trump as a “fraud, a phony, and a con man.”
Keep in mind that if RINO Never-Trumpers like Mitt had their way, Hillary Clinton would be president right now.
In November 2016 — right after Trump won the presidency — Romney traveled to New York to beg Trump to make him Secretary of State. Trump rejected him.
At a press conference following their dinner — where Mitt ate humble pie — the failed candidate heaped praise on Trump.
— Jack Furnari (@JackBPR) November 30, 2016
“America’s best days are ahead of us,” Romney gushed. “What I’ve seen through these discussions I’ve had with president-elect Trump…give me increasing hope that president-elect Trump is the very man that can lead us to that future.”
In February 2018, Romney begged President Trump to endorse him when he was running for senator. Trump graciously endorsed him.
A year later — in January 2019 — Romney blasted Trump in a blistering Washington Post op-ed.
Mitt urged Trump to be more like left-wing leaders in Europe (which is a mess) and tamp down his pro-America rhetoric.
“It is not that all of the president’s policies have been misguided. He was right to align U.S. corporate taxes with those of global competitors, to strip out excessive regulations, to crack down on China’s unfair trade practices, to reform criminal justice and to appoint conservative judges.
These are policies mainstream Republicans have promoted for years. But policies and appointments are only a part of a presidency. To a great degree, a presidency shapes the public character of the nation.”
So basically, Romney agrees with many of President Trump’s policies but doesn’t like his brash personality. Who cares?
Romney then cited a survey showing that Europeans think less of the American presidency under Donald Trump. Again: Who cares?
Remember what Trump said: “I am the president of the United States. I am not the president of the globe.”
Meanwhile, here’s what’s happening across Europe. Does Mittens really want the United States to be more like this?
Last 11 days in Sweden.
– Explosion at a police station in Staffanstorp.
– Explosion at a church.
– Explosion at apartment in central Stockholm.
– Explosion at homestead in Vaxholm.
– Explosion at hair saloon in Märsta.
– Plus 5 other explosions.
– At least 40 cars set on fire.
— PeterSweden (@PeterSweden7) October 17, 2019
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) August 10, 2017
Germany in springtime. pic.twitter.com/zGvFAw39LQ
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) April 25, 2017
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) March 4, 2017
Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale said poor Mitt — who lost the presidency in 2012 — is so jealous that he can’t see straight. “Jealously is a drink best served warm and Romney just proved it,” Parscale tweeted.
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