“You hold him. We don’t want him “: Donald Trump attacks Mitt Romney again at the White House Governor’s Ball
- Trump brought up Romney during a question from “How’s Mitt Romney?” You hold him. We don’t want him ‘
- He has destroyed Romney since he was the only Republican who voted to condemn him for abuse of power
- Donald Trump Jr. called for the 2012 GOP candidate to be withdrawn from the party
- Kellyanne Conway said that ‘maybe’ more officials would be forced out after Purple Heart Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman was removed on Friday
President Donald Trump has once again destroyed Mitt Romney after his deposition vote – this time when he asked a question from the governor of his home state’s senator.
“How’s Mitt Romney?” You hold him. We don’t want him, “Trump said, when Governor Gary Hebert asked him a question during the” White House “business session for the governors of the nation.
“I didn’t talk to him,” Hebert replied, quickly proceeding and asking a budget question.
“You hold him. We don’t want him, “Trump told the governor of Utah when he asked a question at a White House event, referring to Senator Mitt Romney, who voted to condemn him for abuse of power.
Trump organized the governors for an annual ball during the weekend, after having labeled Romney as a “failed presidential candidate” after the first senator was the only Republican who voted to condemn Trump for abuse of power to press Ukraine to bidens the Bidens to investigate.
The president was acquitted at that time with a 52 to 48 vote – a result that Trump turned around for days, but without the possibility of claiming it was a strict party vote thanks to Romney.
The president also retweeted a video calling Romney a “democratic secret,” and the president’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., tweeted that Romney should be “expelled from the Republican Party.”
Romney was the presidential candidate of the GOP in 2012. Trump Jr. wrote: “He was too weak then to defeat the Democrats, so he joins them now. He is now an official member of the resistance and should be expelled from the @GOP. “
Mitt Romney said that Trump’s behavior toward Ukraine was “a terrible abuse of public trust.”
Kelly President Conway, US President Counselor, Talks to the Media at the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House in Washington, DC, US, February 5, 2020
Romney said in his speech on the senate floor last week that Trump’s behavior towards Ukraine was “a terrible abuse of public confidence.”
The excavation of Trump came as counsel to President Kellyanne Conway, suggesting that the cleansing after the accusation may not be ready.
On Friday, Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman, who testified against Trump in the investigation into the charge of the Democratic House, was escorted from the White House, where he was briefed to the National Security Council.
Vindman’s brother, Yevgeny, a lawyer at the NSC, was also pushed out. US ambassador to E.U., Gordon Sondland – who also provided witnesses and harmful information, even while testifying to Trump’s denial of knowing Rudy Giuliani’s actions in Ukraine – was removed from office on Friday.
When Conway, who has been with Trump since his presidential campaign, was asked if more officials would be deported, he responded with a “maybe.”
She defended the expulsion of the Vindmans.
“In the case of the Vindman brothers, you remember, they were detailed here.” She noted that they are “in service” – a reference to Vindman’s return to the Pentagon.
“They work with the army, where they were. They were detailed for the NSC. This is typical, “she said. “I’ve had details about my little staff.” They called it “very typical” for people to return to their jobs after working in the White House. She did not say that Vindman was escorted from the White House, that he had testified against Trump, and that Trump had followed him on Twitter and placed his military rank in quotation marks.
Matt Schlapp, who leads the American Conservative Union, defends his decision to invite Romney to the annual CPAC gabfest. He took the action after Romney voted to hear witnesses and obtain documents – but before his “guilty” vote.
This year I would actually be afraid of his physical safety, people are so angry with him, “Schalpp told” Full Court Press “with Greta Van Susteren, the New York Post reported.