It’s not clear he was invited in the first place, but this has to sting
Back in April of last year, Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) lamented that the Mueller report left him “sickened” by Trump. Apparently, he still is because he was one of only two Republican senators to vote with the Democrats for more witnesses in the Democrats’ sham impeachment circus.
This move apparently resulted in the chair of CPAC announcing that Romney is not welcome at this year’s annual influential conservative conference.
— Matt Schlapp (@mschlapp) January 31, 2020
Sen. Mitt Romney will not be invited to this year’s CPAC, the conservative conference’s host chair announced Friday in the aftermath of senators voting not to hear additional witnesses in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial.
. . . . While CPAC has grown into a hotbed of Trumpian support, Romney has distanced himself from the president, garnering Trump’s mockery and scorn.
. . . . Romney has previously spoken at the annual conservative conference including his first public speech since losing the 2012 election. He also spoke at CPAC in 2012 calling himself a “severely conservative governor” in an effort to shore up more support from the party’s right as he sought the nomination.
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