One of the many things Donald Trump exposed during his time in the White House was just how many RINOs are hanging out in the GOP.
It wasn’t just far-left Democrats like Nancy Pelosi that found themselves triggered by Trump.
And now, former President Donald Trump has his eyes set on this revenge against this RINO.
Former investment banker, Governor of Massachusetts and 2012 Presidential election loser, Mitt Romney added United States Senator from Utah to his resume back in 2018.
That makes him up for re-election in 2024.
Utah is a bright Red state and Romney won his seat in 2018 by 31-points, after winning the GOP primary earlier that same year 71%-29%.
So, on the surface, it looks like 2024 will bring about 6-more years of Mitt.
Not so fast, says the 45th President of the United States.
Behind the scenes, Donald Trump is urging a high-ranking conservative to challenge RINO Romney in the GOP Primary in 2024.
Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes backed Trump’s challenges to the controversial 2020 election results.
Now, Salt Lake City’s Desert News is reporting Reyes is speaking with “key players in Utah politics and with allies of the former president,” about primarying Mittens in 2024.
Reyes was Trump’s reelection co chair in the Beehive State back in 2020.
According to the Desert News, Reyes is expected to announce his decision on a potential 2024 Senate bid this coming May.
But even if his answer is no, if the perennial “silver medalist” decides to run for re-election to the upper chamber, political pundits believe The Donald will have a Trump card up his sleeve.
“I guarantee Trump will come up with somebody,” said Utah Republican Party Chairman Carson Jorgensen. “There’s enough vitriol there that no matter if Trump is running for president, he will run a candidate against Romney.”
Trump adviser, and Don Jr’s fiancé, Kimberly Guilfoyle says Reyes is “both substantive and magnetic.”
She says there is a reason he was invited to speak on the final day of the GOP Convention in 2020.
“Many of us who served President Trump have enthusiastically encouraged him to run for Senate regardless of what Mitt decides to do,” Guilfoyle said.
For his part, Romney is now 75 years old and has not yet said if he’ll run for a second term in the U.S. Senate.
But he has said he’d welcome a challenge from Trump loyalist, Reyes.
“That isn’t something I’m prepared to decide yet or communicate,” Romney said. “But were I to decide to run again, the best news I could get would be that Sean Reyes was my opponent.”
For once Mitt, you and conservatives agree, the best news they could get is that Sean Reyes is challenging you.