Mitt Romney

“I think it’s a little demeaning," the retiring Utah senator told reporters on Wednesday.
The retiring Utah senator's suggestion seemed strange, considering he said “no, no, no, absolutely not” in February when asked if he might vote for Trump.
In 2012, then-Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney said that 47% of Americans automatically vote Democrat because "these are people who pay no income tax."
"I loved my dog and my dog loved me," the Utah senator said when asked about comparisons between him and South Dakota's GOP governor.
"So far as I know, you don't pay someone $130,000 not to have sex with you," the Utah senator remarked about the ex-president's payments to Stormy Daniels.
The Republican Accountability PAC put the former president on blast for his comments about other Republicans.
The Republican senator from Utah didn't dance around this one.
The Utah Republican said that age is going to be a "huge issue" in the 2024 election for both 81-year-old Joe Biden and 77-year-old Donald Trump.
The senator said he has "a hard time understanding" why Trump's legal issues don't "seem to be moving the needle" with more voters.