We elected Donald Trump President in 2016.
Yet based off his constant criticism of the President, you would think we elected Mitt Romney.
After Trump’s announcement that the US would withdraw thousands of troops from Germany, Mitt Romney felt the need to chime in and give his two-cents.
He called the President’s decision a “grave error.”
Read the story from the Salt Lake Tribune:
As the Trump administration announced plans Wednesday to remove thousands of U.S. troops from Germany, Sen. Mitt Romney criticized that as a huge mistake that hurts American allies and helps adversaries.
The Utah Republican issued a statement that the move “is a grave error. It is a slap in the face at a friend and ally when we should instead be drawing closer in our mutual commitment to deter Russian and Chinese aggression.”
Germany is a hub for U.S. operations in the Middle East and Africa.
Romney, the 2012 GOP presidential nominee, added, “It