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Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) said on Monday that he is keeping an “open mind” ahead of President Trump’s impeachment trial but reiterated that any decision on witness should wait until mid-trial.
“Deciding whether or not a sitting president should be removed from office is perhaps the most solemn matter that can ever come before the United States Senate. I enter this task with an open mind and a recognition of my solemn responsibility to fulfill my oath,” Romney said in a statement to constituents.
The article goes on to state the following:
Romney added that the allegations included in the two House-passed articles — one accuses Trump of abusing power in his dealings with Ukraine, the second on obstructing Congress during its investigation of those actions — “are extremely serious.”
Romney also declared in his statement: “These allegations demand that the Senate put political biases aside, and make good faith efforts to listen to arguments from both sides and thoroughly review facts and evidence.”
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“I have spent — and will continue to spend — many hours in careful deliberation about what this process and its potential outcomes could mean for our country.” — @MittRomney pic.twitter.com/wmZD3vAC42
— Dave Levinthal (@davelevinthal) January 21, 2020
— The Hill (@thehill) January 21, 2020
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