Mitt Romney made a startling confession about Donald Trump that led to one big change

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Mitt Romney was a founding father of the Never Trump movement.

He’s dedicated the last seven years of his failed political career to stopping the former President.

And Mitt Romney made a startling confession about Donald Trump that led to one big change.

Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) relocated his primary residence to Utah to run the ultimate carpet-bagging U.S. Senate campaign in 2018, and replace former Senator John McCain (R-AZ), who passed away that year, as a bulwark for the Republican ruling class elites in the Bush-McCain-Cheney wing of the GOP.

Romney claimed he wanted to fight for “true conservative” values.

Instead, Senator Romney showed his true colors and voted with Democrats on every important issue, repeatedly making working class Americans’ lives worse in order to expand the power and control the ruling class has over them.

Romney voted in favor of the biggest gun control bill in 30 years, a so-called “infrastructure” bill Democrats fully admit was actually a secret Green New Deal bill, a nationwide mandate requiring all states to recognize homosexual marriage, and a $1.7 trillion socialist spending bill.

He’s also been more than happy to continue signing off on a blank check for President Joe Biden’s proxy war with Russia in Ukraine – while actively fighting all efforts to institute oversight on how billions of American taxpayers’ dollars are being spent – and he even sided with Democrats to vote to convict former President Donald Trump in both impeachment hoaxes.

It was only a matter of time before a conservative, pro-Trump primary challenger emerged to rally all of the disgruntled Utah conservatives – of which there are many – and potentially defeat Romney in Utah’s 2024 Republican Primary.

And apparently, the carpet-bagging RINO Senator didn’t like his odds in such a scenario.

As such, Senator Romney announced that he will finally end America’s long national nightmare that has been his time in the Senate by retiring after just one disastrous term.

“I have spent my last 25 years in public service of one kind or another,” Romney wrote in a statement. “At the end of another term, I’d be in my mid-eighties. Frankly, it’s time for a new generation of leaders. They’re the ones that need to make the decisions that will shape the world they will be living in.”

“We face critical challenges — mounting national debt, climate change, and the ambitious authoritarians of Russia and China,” he added, conveniently ignoring the role he played in making virtually every “critical challenge” America faces worse, before claiming, “Neither President Biden nor former President Trump are leading their party to confront them.”

But Romney did promise that he would continue to vote with Democrats until his last day in office as a final middle finger to working class Americans suffering under the reality of their woke extremist agenda.

“While I’m not running for re-election, I’m not retiring from the fight,” Romney claimed. “I’ll be your United States Senator until January 2025. I will keep working on these and other issues and I will advance our state’s numerous priorities. I look forward to working with you and with folks across our state and nation in that endeavor.”

In a gaggle with reporters following his announcement, Romney conceded that his years-long effort to help the RINO GOP establishment win back control of the GOP from Trump failed, and that the grassroots conservatives that powered Trump to the nomination in 2016 were still in charge of the Republican Party.

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.