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Senator Mitt Romney (R-Utah) has measured the depth of Donald Trump's audacity after the former president met with anti-Semitic rapper Ye and Holocaust-denying white nationalist Nick Fuentes in Mar-a-Lago.
"I think it was clear that there is no bottom for the extent to which President Trump is going to demean himself and the nation," Romney told reporters Monday after calling Trump's meeting with the two figures "disgusting." would have.
Trump had dinner at home with Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, and Fuentes last week and denied he invited Fuentes or knew who he was. But the former president, who announced his 2024 candidacy last week, did not shy away from his guests' hateful convictions. (Ye and other sources reported that Trump actually praised Fuentes during their conversation.)
When asked if Trump should apologize, Romney replied, "He never sees anything wrong in anything he does."
"It's characteristic of his approach of either saying it was a joke or saying he didn't know what was happening, but you can't," Romney continued, according to CBS affiliate KUTV. "Obviously this is something that, frankly, demeans him to do what he did. And it is also something that detracts from the country. It is very unfortunate.”
Romney, who voted twice to oust Trump from the White House during the impeachment trial, has blasted the ex-president's 2024 campaign.
"I voted twice to remove him from office ... I don't think he should be President of the United States," Romney said, according to NBC News' Sahil Kapur. "I don't think he should be our party's candidate in 2024. And I certainly don't want him hanging like a gargoyle over our party... It's a question of character."
Former Vice President Mike Pence denounced Trump for his "poor judgment" in entertaining the meeting and urged him to apologize.
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