Mitt Romney announces he will not seek re-election

Senator Mitt Romney of Utah, a prominent figure in the Republican Party who voted to remove former President Donald Trump from office, has announced that he will not seek re-election in 2024. In a video statement, Romney, 76, stated that he believes it’s time for a “new generation of leaders” and suggested that both President Biden, 80, and Trump, 77, should also step aside to make way for younger candidates. Romney expressed concerns about the direction of the Republican Party, stating that it is currently in the shadow of Trump and focused on “resentment and settling scores.” He emphasized that the nation faces critical challenges such as climate change, mounting debt, and authoritarian threats, and hinted that neither Biden nor Trump is effectively addressing these issues. Romney’s announcement comes just weeks before the release of a biography in which he reveals that many of his Republican colleagues privately ridicule and disdain Trump.


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