Levin Agrees with Trump: ‘Yes, Romney Is a Pompous Ass’

By Craig Bannister | October 5, 2019 | 5:31pm EDT
Mark Levin

After President Donald Trump responded to attacks by former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney by calling Romney “a pompous ‘ass’” who is bad for his party, iconic conservative commentator, Constitutional scholar and nationally-syndicated radio host Mark Levin agreed that, yes indeed, Romney is a pompous ass.

On Saturday, Trump lashed out on Twitter, saying that Romney has always been against him – except for when he wanted something from the president:

“Mitt Romney never knew how to win. He is a pompous ‘ass’ who has been fighting me from the beginning, except when he begged me for my endorsement for his Senate run (I gave it to him), and when he begged me to be Secretary of State (I didn’t give it to him). He is so bad for R’s!”

Levin, then, retweeted Trump’s post, agreeing with his assessment of Romney – and expressing regret for having voted for Romney:

“Yes, Romney is a pompous ass. Sorry I voted for him.”

Romney has publicly condemned Trump’s comments calling for an investigation of former Vice President Joe Biden.


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