The dinner that former President Donald Trump and controversial rapper Kanye West had last week has caused a lot of controversy. It also sparked a debate about the former's relationship with white nationalist Nick Fuentes. Mitt Romney, who was one of the most prominent individuals who criticized Trump during his time in office, has now weighed in.
In an interview with NBC News' Sahil Kapur, Romney called the meeting "disgusting." He also claimed that he would have impeached Trump twice if he were still in office.
.@MittRomney on Trump-Fuentes-Ye: “There is no bottom to the degree to which he's willing to degrade himself, and the country for that matter. Having dinner with those people was disgusting.”
— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) November 28, 2022
It should have been noted that Ye was supposed to meet Trump on his own, and the former president did not know who he was dealing with.
Who would expect full honesty from a man who had just stabbed Trump in the back?
Back in 2018, Trump tried to put an end to his feud with Mitt Romney by endorsing the former's bid for the Senate. Romney accepted the president's help in becoming an elected official.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 20, 2018
Thank you Mr. President for the support. I hope that over the course of the campaign I also earn the support and endorsement of the people of Utah.
— Mitt Romney (@MittRomney) February 20, 2018
Trump first entered politics in 2015. In 2016, he took on a loaded field of Republican candidates for the presidency. In the following year, he defeated Hillary Clinton. Trump's victory was regarded as the greatest political upset in the history of the US.
Mitt Romney ran for president twice. In 2008, he lost the Republican primaries to John McCain, who was regarded as an RINO or "Right-wing Independent." In 2012, he failed to win against a weak field and was eventually defeated by Barack Obama.
During his time in office, Trump fulfilled many of the promises made by the establishment Republicans during the campaign. Some of these included moving the US' embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, dismantling the Affordable Care Act, and revising the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Trump was able to put together a revamped US military that was nearly destroyed by Obama. He also managed to pass one of the biggest tax cuts in history, which provided relief to American families. Moreover, his judicial appointments were regarded as the best in history. Without his leadership, the Roe vs Wade decision regarding abortion still remains on the books.
One of Trump's greatest achievements was not starting another war. For the first time since Ronald Reagan, he was not able to send American troops off to die in foreign countries. The globalist and deep state politicians were not pleased with this, and it led to his impeachment. The reason for their disdain for him is that he cost them a lot of money.
Mitt Romney was able to accomplish numerous achievements during his time in office, such as impeaching a sitting president twice, helping deliver Biden's leftist agenda, and supporting the radical Supreme Court nominee of Biden. He also refused to support Mike Lee in his defeat against Evan McMullin, a Never-Trumper.
Trump can take credit for his many achievements, regardless of whether he returns to the White House. Romney, on the other hand, needs to retire from public life.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on The Gateway Pundit.