Sen. Susan Collins said she was “appalled” by a crowd of Republican delegates at a convention in Utah booing Sen. Mitt Romney, warning that the GOP should be more accepting of opposing viewpoints — or it will become like the Democratic Party.
“I was appalled, Mitt Romney is an outstanding senator who serves his state and our country well,” Collins (R-Maine) said on CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday.
“Liz Cheney is a woman of strength and conscience, and she did what she felt was right, and I salute her for that. We need to be accepting of differences in our party,” Collins said.
“We don’t want to become like too much of the Democratic Party, which has been taken over by the progressive left.