Mitt Romney: Biden ‘Made an Enormous Mistake’ by NOT Pardoning Trump after Taking Office – EVOL

Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) said he believes Democrat President Joe Biden made a huge error that may cost him the coming November presidential election.

Romney argues that Biden should have pardoned President Donald Trump after he was indicted, NBC News reported.

The senator has been one of Trump’s outspoken critics but believes Biden “made an enormous mistake” and missed an opportunity.

Romney, who claims to be a Republican but admits he is considering voting for Biden over Trump, made these remarks on MSNBC’s “The 11th Hour with Stephanie Ruhle” on Wednesday.

The failed GOP presidential candidate believes Biden should have formally pardoned Trump and leaned on New York not to prosecute his predecessor.

Trump is currently facing federal indictments as well as a hush-money case in New York.

Romney believes Biden could have gone a long way to helping himself and Trump out by using his influence.

The prosecution of a former president goes well beyond whatever the personal stakes are for Trump.

“I’d have pardoned President Trump. Why?” Romney said.

“Well, because it makes me, President Biden, the big guy and the person I pardoned a little guy.”

He compared it to the way former President Lyndon B. Johnson



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