RINO Mitt Romney is making shocking predictions about Trump’s role in the Republican Party come 2024.
The Utah Republican predicted Trump would easily win the nomination if he ran for president in 2024.
The only Republican who voted to convict the President during both impeachment trials is now claiming Trump’s role in the party is undeniable, even welcomed.
“Trump has a huge impact on my party, he’s probably the leading voice right now,” Romney admitted. “I have no idea if he plans to run in 2024 or not, but if he does, he will easily win the nomination,” the Senator added.
The Republican Party is currently experiencing a fissure — with RINOs like Mitt Romney on one end and populists like Trump on the other. Many Republicans are experiencing an identity crisis, struggling to choose between the party extremes.
Republican voters have overwhelmingly voiced their enthusiasm for Trump. A majority of them, 46%, said if Trump formed a new political party they would abandon the GOP right away.
Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming, the third-ranking House Republican, condemned Trump in a speech on Tuesday. The defamed lawmaker received immense backlash in her home state when she voted to impeach the former president on flimsy accusations of “inciting an insurrection” following the Capitol protests on Jan. 6. In her speech she routinely bashed Trump’s party excesses, claiming he has permanently damaged the GOP.
Cheney was one of 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump following that Jan. 6 assault, which left five people dead.
Asked whether he would campaign against Trump if he were to run, Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, responded, “I would not be voting for him.”