Mitt Romney Says National Unity Begins With Republicans Confession, Joe Biden IS their President

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Mitt Romney, the U.S. Senator most Republicans hate and the Democrats just let him hang out with them because of his attacks on his fellow Republicans said healing and national unity does not begin with President Joe Biden.  It begins with Republicans accepting Joe Biden, the former failed presidential candidate said. Speaking in Chicago, Romney said Republicans must confess that Joe Biden IS their president.

“There is no question that the nation is divided now, and there is a lot of anger,” Romney said. “To the people on my side who say an impeachment trial is going to inflame passions more. I say, first of all, have you gone out publicly and said that there was no widespread voter fraud and that Joe Biden is the legitimate president of the United States?”

Romney further blamed his fellow Republicans and President Trump for the Capitol Hill insurrection.

“I would also say if you want to see national unity, you really have to rely on truth and justice. Justice is being carried out is something which the American people expect…Five people died with the attack on the Capitol. There’s no question but that the president incited the insurrection that occurred,” he said.

The message comes after a four year “#NotMyPresident” campaign by the left against President Donald J. Trump that ran through the course of his presidency.