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Romney a 'low life'

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Former Republican U.S. presidential nominee Mitt Romney introduces current Republican presidential candidate John Kasich at a campaign rally in North Canton, Ohio, March 14, 2016. |

Trump called Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, a “low life” due to his decision to vote in favor of the impeachment count accusing the president of abuse of power.

When talking about surviving the impeachment proceedings, Trump spoke about how all the Republicans stuck together “except Romney,” with the senator receiving loud boos.

Trump twice called Romney a “low-life,” but then noted that Romney voted against the obstruction of Congress impeachment count, saying “he couldn’t do it all.”

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