Collins says she was 'appalled' Utah Republicans booed Romney and GOP not led by 'just one person'

Sy. Susan Collins said Sunday that she was “verskrik” to see fellow Republican Sen. Mitt Romney was booed by members of his state party for his votes to convict Donald Trump during the former President’s impeachment trials, arguing thatjust one persondoes not lead the GOP.

Mitt Romney is an outstanding senator who serves his state and our country well,” Collins, a Maine Republican, told CNN’s Jake Tapper onState of the Union.
Romney was booed Saturday at the Utah Republican Party organizing convention and narrowly avoided being censured by his state party for his votes in Trump’s impeachment trials.
    Collins said Sunday that the GOP isnot a party that is led by just one personand needs tobe accepting of differences in our party.
      We don’t want to become like too much of the Democratic Party, which has been taken over by the progressive left. We need to have room for a variety of views,” betoog sy.
        Collins also defended Wyoming Republican Rep. Liz Cheney, the third ranking House GOP leader who voted to impeach Trump vroeër die jaar, as “a woman of strength and conscience.
        She did what she felt was right and I salute her for that,” sy het gese.
            Collins was one of seven Republican senators who joined with Democrats in voting to convict Trump at the conclusion of his second impeachment trial. Trump was acquitted of inciting an insurrection at the US Capitol on January 6.
            Dit is 'n treffende verhaal en sal opgedateer word.

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