‘The View’ Ladies Destroy ‘Shapeshifter’ Romney for Stabbing Trump’s Back in Op-Ed

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The criticism toward Sen.-elect Mitt Romney (R-Utah) hasn’t stopped after an op-ed he wrote was published that bashed President Donald Trump, and now the ladies on “The View” are ripping into the soon-to-be senator.

Romney wrote an op-ed for The Washington Post about how Trump’s character was a “shortfall” while adding that “the president has not risen to the mantle of the office.”

“The View” co-host Whoopi Goldberg questioned why Romney had accepted Trump’s endorsement if he didn’t like the president, while co-host Sunny Hostin labeled the senator-elect a “shapeshifter”; Romney was previously trying to become Trump’s secretary of state.

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Ronna McDaniel, Romney’s niece and the chair of the Republican National Committee, bashed Romney’s attack toward the president.

“For an incoming Republican freshman senator to attack [Trump] as their first act feeds into what the Democrats and media want and is disappointing and unproductive,” McDaniel tweeted.

Co-host Meghan McCain, however, said McDaniel committed “Romney-on-Romney crime.”

“Where I come from in political families, you do not attack people you’re related to no matter what happens,” McCain added.

Co-host Abby Huntsman played with the idea of Romney running against Trump in the 2020 presidential election, something McCain shut down real quick and called the “worst idea.” In a recent CNN exclusive, Romney said he would not be running for president against Trump.

“He is for himself. He’s a shapeshifter,” Hostin added, suggesting Romney doesn’t have a moral core. “He says and does what he needs to do for self-preservation. I don’t think he has a real moral center.”

Behar couldn’t hold back from her distaste for Trump, as she stated that “compared to Trump, [Romney] seems incredibly smart.”

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Trump fired back at Romney’s op-ed by comparing the senator-elect to another GOP Trump critic, Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.), calling him a “Flake,” as IJR Red reported.

Romney will be sworn into the U.S. Senate on Thursday, and the question remains, as two senators — who are vocal critics of Trump — are ending their Senate career, whether Romney will continue making anti-Trump remarks while in his new position.

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MariaRose Randazzo
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Mitt Romney only thinks and talks for himself and his selected group of admirers. Their noses are so high up, they can’t see the real taxpayers.

deb
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RINO Romney better get in line & support President Trump! When your job is to serve the people of the United States, you don’t insult their choice of President.

Amy Clark Carpenter
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When anyone on the View,other than McCain, is condemning a person speaking against Trump, you know it wasn’t a smart move.

Screwtape
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Mitt. Nobody likes a traitor. Nobody trusts a traitor. You lied to the citizens of UT who elected you. McCain and Flake did it better.

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