President Trump ’still holding a grudge’ against Mitt Romney

President Trump ’still holding a grudge’ against Mitt Romney

In an April 16 announcement, nearly 100 Republican, Democratic and independent lawmakers were invited by the White House to advise the government on the reopening of the economy. Every GOP Senator but one was invited; Sen. Mitt Romney’s name was obvious by its absence. When a reporter asked the President if he still held a grudge against Mr. Romney, Mr. Trump answered in the affirmative.

Simone
Simone
Watheverable GRAMPS
Watheverable GRAMPS 0 months

Why would Trump invite someone that voted to remove him from office without evidence? Come on people, get that noggin joggin'.

Darth Vader
Darth Vader 0 months

I don't get the big deal about this, not the biggest fan of Trump, but why would put someone on on his task force who doesn't like him and voted to remove him from office

Adam Marceau
Adam Marceau 0 months

So does half the country he is a tool with no principles or sense or both

Boo
Boo 0 months

Did the reason really escape some?

Correspondent in Virginia
Correspondent in Virginia 0 months

In a time like this, is it really necessary for a journalist to be asking questions about well known animosities between two public servants? I feel like there are much more important things to focus on, like how and when do we open our country back up?

I have no idea
I have no idea 0 months

RINO will Rhino around.

Hoover
Hoover 0 months

of course Trump holds a grudge! Romney stood up to him and Trump can't stand that.

Rational ific
Rational ific 0 months

I hope that the next Democrat president appoints Trump to her cabinet. Then, she can show how grudges are bad and people who hold grudges are wrong. Let's see how that works out.

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