President Trump Donald John Trump Democratic Senator Tears Trump's "Let Them Fight" Remarks: "Enough Is Enough" Warren Warns Facebook Can Help Re-elect and Benefit Trump Trump Proclaims Ceasefire in Turkey: "Sometimes you have to let them fight until MORE in Sen. Mitt Romney Willard (Mitt) Mitt RomneyPelosi, Schumer has beaten" Trump over bogus ceasefire agreement, "says Overnight Defense – Presented by Boeing Pence Turkey approves ceasefire Senators vow to push sanctions on Turkey Mulvaney returns to comments that tie Ukraine's help for 2016 Trump will host G-7 next year | Senators are pushing for sanctions despite ceasefire vs. Turkey | McConnell receives grant for MORE (R-Utah) in a new video on Twitter featuring the Utah Republican b is accused of attempting to "infiltrate Trump's government as foreign minister" after the 2016 elections.
In a 60-second video, Romney's "Cover is Blown Out" has been exposed in news reports as a democratic capital. The clip then features coverage of Romney's failed presidential bid for 2012, Trump's victory four years later.
REPUBLICANS MUST KEEP TOGETHER AND FIGHT! pic.twitter.com/chnSNURfFx
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 18, 2019
Romney, who was considered a potential contender for the Foreign Minister after 2016, has turned out to be one of the few congressional republicans who publicly criticized the White House for its Syria policy and Trump's negotiations with Ukraine, which are at the center of an impeachment investigation by the House.
The Utah Republican excori on Thursday following the announcement by the government of a five-day truce between Turkey and the Kurdish forces in northeastern Syria.
"Today's announcement is a victory, far from victory, and there are serious questions about the decision to withdraw from Syria and why that decision was made," Romney said ] Critics of the agreement said the ceasefire essentially allowed Turkey to continue its offensive after five days while forcing the US-allied Kurds to withdraw.
Romney has already fought fighting near the Turkish-Syrian border also worried about Trump's request to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate the former Vice President after Mulvaney's remarks, the statement by the GOP diplomat complicates the defense of Trump MORE on unfounded corruption allegations.
"I have read the minutes , It remains extremely worrying. It is deeply troubling, "Romney told reporters last month, referring to a July telephone call protocol between the two leaders." Clearly, what we have seen from the protocol itself is deeply disturbing. "
Romney has not had many GOP allies in his efforts on Capitol Hill, but in recent weeks have earned the wrath of Trump."
"I hear the Great People of Utah are considering for their pompous Senator Mitt Romney to agree I agree, he's a fool who plays the Do Nothing Democrats directly into his hands! # IMPEACHMITTROMNEY, "Trump tweeted on October 5.
I hear that the Great People of Utah over their Vote I agree that your pompous senator, Mitt Romney, is a big mistake! He's a fool who plays the Do Nothing Democrats straight into his hands! #IMPEACHMITTROMNEY
– Donald J. Trump (@ realDonaldTrump) October 5, 2019
Senators can not be indicted ched.