On June 26th the former governor, and failed presidential candidate, Mitt Romney will be taking part in the Utah primary election, after he came in second place at his Party’s state convention in his bid to run for the retiring Orin Hatch’s US Senate seat.

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After his repeated attacks on President Trump, Mitt Romney, the once popular candidate for Republican candidate President, who ran against Barack Obama in 2012, has become one of America’s most unpopular members of the Republican Party.

Today, Mitt got hammered on Twitter after he released a nasty statement about President Trump, accusing him of siding with Putin over American intelligence agencies.” Romney called Trump “disgraceful” and his actions “detrimental to our democratic principles.”

Last time we checked, Mitt, you couldn’t even get enough votes to send the very unpopular Barack Obama packing from the Oval Office, so perhaps your opinion isn’t as important as you believe it to be.

Trashing President Trump isn’t the only thing that keeps Mitt busy these days, he’s also apparently busy helping potential Democrat candidates for President secure donors as a way to encourage them to run against Trump in 2020.

Unfortunately, for traitor Romney, the event was a flop…

According to the Daily Caller, former presidential nominee Mitt Romney recently hosted a donor meeting for former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz who has been reportedly considering a run for president as a Democrat in 2020.

Starbucks’ former CEO, the ultra-liberal Howard Schwartz

Politico’s Ben Schrekinger said the event did not go well and that many left uninspired by the potential nominee.

“Will there be some segment of the customer base that decides, ‘I’m not going to go to Starbucks anymore should he become a candidate,” Mark Kalinowski, president of Kalinowski Equity Research, asked Politico. “You have to think about the employees. You have to think about the shareholders, everybody who might be affected by the decision to run.”

Both Wall Street analysts and Starbucks leadership are concerned about how a potential campaign would impact the coffee company, according to Politico. They’re worried about potentially losing customers from the other side of the political aisle.

Here are just a few responses to “Never-Trumper” Mitt Romney’s stinging rebuke of his meeting with Putin:

This Twitter user hit the nail on the head.

Here are a few great headlines to remind Romney of how incompetent Obama was, and how he failed to protect the DNC servers from being hacked:


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