Failed presidential candidate, turned current U.S. Senate candidate, Mitt Romney took part in a Monday Q&A there focused in large part on his relationship with President Trump and where he stands on a number of issues from the deficit to DACA recipients.
Speaking to a small crowd at the Provo Library in Utah, note cards were passed around to audience members who could ask Romney questions. According to Daily Herald, one not card stated the writer, along with “all their Facebook friends, did not consider Romney to be very conservative, asking him whether he considered himself conservative, and if so, in what ways.”
Romney claimed that most people only remember his platforms from his failed 2012 presidential bid, which he calls “mainstream conservative” […]
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