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Mitt Romney uninvited to right-wing CPAC conference after voting for a fair impeachment trial

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The right-wing political action committee CPAC disinvited Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) from any involvement in their conference. Romney joined with Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) in voting to support witnesses in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump. Like a child storming out of the sandbox with their toys, CPAC attacked the former Republican presidential candidate who was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2018 with over 62 percent of the vote. Romney hasn’t responded to the comment, though he isn’t likely to care given his strong support in his home state.
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Yes, #RightMatters, and with his "YEA" vote for 'witnesses to testify' and 'subpoenas to be issued' Sen Romney 'stood up' for the #TruthMatters' as well (51-49 "NAY" votes) - Sen Susan Collins becomes first Republican senator to say yes to witnesses in impeachment trial. The 'oppressive' fact that there were witnesses who 'did not appear' in response to 'congressional subpoenas' at Trump's Impeachment Inquiry, acting on Trump's direct orders prohibiting cooperation with the House's Impeachment Inquiry, surely should have gotten all of the 51 to join with the 49 to 'Put Country First', 'or Face 'Dictatorship', and rise up as a 'powerful', 'united' senate for 'let's hear from those witnesses' who were prohibited to appear by Trump and 'take all the time' we need to get 'every last word'. #BlockWitnesses.

Submitted on Saturday, Feb 1, 2020 at 3:31:08 PM

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