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Why Mitt Romney says Vice President Kamala Harris’ trip won’t solve border crisis

Sen. Mitt Romney doesn’t think Vice President Kamala Harris’ trip to Guatemala and Mexico will do much to slow the surge of migrants at the southern border. Harris spent the past two days in those countries, telling reporters she was there to address the “root causes” of the border crisis, including poverty, hunger and the effects of hurricanes and extreme climate conditions.
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Why Sen. Mitt Romney met with President Biden to discuss federal aid for families

Sen. Mitt Romney met with President Joe Biden to discuss his family plan, Romney said during a Deseret News and Institute for Family Studies webinar on Wednesday. As the U.S. birth and marriage rates hover at all-time lows, Romney’s Family Security Act would provide incentivization and an effective safety net for both parents and families. Introduced in February, the Romney plan would award monthly cash payments to parents, according to the number of children and irrespective of work or marriage status.
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Mitt Romney on U.S. Global Leadership Post-Pandemic

As former governor of Massachusetts, 2012 Republican Presidential candidate, and current Utah senator, Mitt Romney has been deeply immersed in the American political sphere for decades. He understands the challenges America has faced both domestically and internationally but believes that with the right focus, infrastructure updates, and global alliances, the United States can step up more as a world leader.
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What Mitt Romney thinks of Evan McMullin’s push for GOP reform, potential third party

Last week, former Republican policy strategist and 2016 independent presidential candidate Evan McMullin signed a letter, along with over 150 others, outlining principles for a new political movement. While their written intent was to “catalyze an American renewal” built on “founding American principles,” they also entertained the idea of creating a new party, should the Republican Party fail to reform.
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Mitt Romney: We can’t look away from China’s existential threat

Mitt Romney, a Republican, represents Utah in the U.S. Senate. When President James Garfield was shot in 1881, the wound should not have been fatal. Doctors who rushed to examine the president probed first with unwashed fingers and then with unsterilized instruments. Years before, Joseph Lister had discovered that sterilization could prevent fatal infection. But the doctors attending Garfield either hadn’t read Lister’s work or ignored it, and sepsis and infection ultimately set in.
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Why Mitt Romney says Biden administration refusal to admit border crisis is ‘extremely damning’

Sen. Mitt Romney grilled Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas over the Biden administration’s handling of the surge of migrants at the southern border in an animated exchange during a Senate hearing Thursday. Mayorkas repeatedly dismissed and refused to acknowledge problems with what the Utah Republican described as “skyrocketing” numbers of...