Romney uses MLK Day tweet to take a swing at Trump


Mitt Romney talks to reporters after dinner with President-elect Donald Trump on November 29, 2016.

Given this timely opportunity to speak to Senate negotiations on DACA and the radicalism of the open-borders zealots in the Democratic Party as a government shutdown looms, it looks like Romney will be focused on virtue-signaling. Day, Romney called Trump's comments "inconsistent w/ America's history and antithetical to American values".

"The poverty of an aspiring immigrant's nation of origin is as irrelevant as their race". Bush, who himself ran for president in the last election, responded by heaping praise on the former MA governor.

"May our memory of Dr. King buoy our hope for unity, greatness, and 'charity for all.'" Mitt Romney went on to add.

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Bush quote tweeted Mitt Romney, who took to Twitter on Martin Luther King Jr.

In the wake of Trump's victory, Romney dined with Trump, and afterward, he praised Trump for winning the presidency as speculation mounted that Trump might choose Romney for secretary of state. "It's not just a disagreement on public policy issues, it's deeply personal". Orrin Hatch recently announced that he would not seek re-election, leaving a clear path for Romney to the nomination and potential Senate seat.

But, after Hatch's announcement, Romney certainly didn't help dispel rumors when he changed his Twitter account to say he lived in Utah instead of MA. In the 2012 presidential election, 72 percent of Utahns voted for Romney over Barack Obama.

As expected, the backlash came quick and dominated the headlines as the commander in chief was once again forced to push back against allegations of bigotry and racism. On Tuesday, he's keynoting an economic and policy summit hosted by the Salt Lake Chamber. Gov. Gary Herbert and U.S. Senator Jeff Flake are also on the agenda for that morning.