Mitt’s True Colors: Revealed During CBS Interview

Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT), known for his opposition to former President Donald Trump, recently expressed his preference for voting for Democrats over Trump or biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy in an interview with CBS host Norah O’Donnell.

During the interview, Romney stated that he would “be happy to support any one of the Republicans,” except for Ramaswamy and Trump. He even mentioned that he would consider voting for Democrats as well, viewing it as an upgrade from both Trump and President Joe Biden in his opinion, as reported by the Post Millennial.

Despite the challenges facing the Biden administration since taking office, Romney admitted to having a favorable impression of the president, describing him as charming and engaging. However, he clarified that he disagreed with Biden on most issues and believed he had made numerous mistakes.

Romney concluded by expressing his desire to see another candidate run for office.

Romney’s longstanding opposition to Trump has been evident for years, including his support for Trump’s impeachment based on what he considered to be baseless accusations in 2019 and 2020.

As Trump’s influence in national politics continues to grow, Romney decided not to seek reelection for his Senate seat, stating in September 2023 that “the next generation of leaders must take America to the next stage of global leadership.” He cited factors such as his age and the prospect of having either Trump or Biden as the next president as influencing his decision.

In response to Romney’s announcement, Trump praised the news as “Fantastic news for America, the great state of Utah, and for the Republican Party,” and noted that Romney would not be seeking a second term in the US Senate, where he did not serve with distinction.