RINO Romney strikes again.
This time, he’s stabbed Trump in the back by meeting in secret with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid where they allegedly discussed how to get rid of Trump!
Though Reid and Romney have had their feuds in the past, it appears that they’ve mutually decided to put aside their differences to “take down the enemy” which, in their delusion, they believe is manifested in the form of President Trump!
Take a look at news of this that’s come to light recently on Twitter:
What do you think of this betrayal?
Patriots on Twitter have some thoughts:
Trending Politics has the following to say about Romney's betrayal:
Utah Republican Sen. Mitt Romney backstabbed President Donald Trump again this week and formed a political alliance with a top Democrat to go after the president.
The Daily Beast reports that Romney held a secret meeting former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid -- and they discussed how to get rid of Trump.
While speaking with The Daily Beast, Reid lamented that he was "pretty damn worried" about Trump winning re-election in 2020.
Reid has also reportedly been reaching out to certain congressional Republicans in an attempt to persuade them to publicly rebuke Trump.
So it's not too surprising he went to Romney, one of the most notorious Never-Trumpers in Congress, to discuss how they can dump POTUS.
“I’ve never known a human being in a position of prominence that you can do nothing to damage his ego in any way,” he said. “It is absolutely unbelievable.”
Reid said they “both acknowledged that we had gone a little too far” in attacking each other during the 2012 presidential election.
Now that Reid needs help bringing down Trump, he sings Romney’s praises.
“I think he’s one of the best things come out of Utah in a long time,” he said. “I think that he’s a good person.”
“He’s one of the few people speaks out—not all the time—but against Trump,” Reid said.
The Daily Beast had originally said:
Reid, of course, is hardly an unbiased analyst of internal Republican politics. But he’s not simply prone to taking whacks either. His perspective is broken down on a simple fault line: those who stand up to Trump and those who don’t. In that vein, he found himself doing what would have been unthinkable just years prior—heaping praise on Mitt Romney, for whom he has long been a political bete noire. The two met privately at a conference in Utah back in February 2018, during which—as Reid stated—“we both acknowledged that we had gone a little too far.” Reid memorably had claimed that a source told him that Romney was not revealing his tax returns because he had paid no taxes. Romney revealed two years of tax returns that showed he had indeed done so.
Reid declined, once more, to reveal his source for the claim. But he didn’t hide his new enthusiasm for Romney for being one of the few elected GOP officials willing to admonish the president on occasion.
“I think he's one of the best things come out of Utah in a long time,” he said. “I think that he's a good person. I've watched him in the Senate. He's one of the few people speaks out—not all the time—but against Trump.”