Romney called out the "shortsightedness of 'America First,'" and wryly referenced a 2012 debate moment between him and then-President Obama.
Sen. Mitt Romney was among those to be unsettled by the decision of Mazars to distance itself from the Trump Orgnization.
Sen. Joe Manchin threw cold water on suspending the gas tax to combat inflation. Some Republicans also were skeptical that it could cut inflation.
"Anything that my party does that comes across as being stupid is not going to help us," Sen. Mitt Romney told reporters in the US Capitol on Monday.
The Alaska senator's response came after the RNC censured GOP Reps. Cheney and Kinzinger for serving on the committee probing the January 6 riot.
Romney was critical of the Biden administration for not doing more to create bipartisan support for a bill defending voting rights.
"Things are not going well," Romney said of Biden's tenure. "And the president needs to stop and reset and say what is it he's trying to accomplish?"
Romney told Insider debates are "a service to the country and to the people to hear the prospective candidates of the two major parties duke it out."
Psaki called criticism of Biden's speech "hilarious on many levels given how many people sat silently over the last four years."
Bridgewater founder Ray Dalio said China is likely to be "stronger in most ways" than the US in the future.
The Utah senator raised the prospect that former President Trump could win the White House in 2024 and govern without guardrails absent a filibuster.
"If you believe in yourself, and have clear eyes and full hearts-you can't lose," Romney tweeted, mixing up "Ted Lasso" with "Friday Night Lights."
"This is basically a check in the mail," Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida told Insider of the monthly direct payments that most families qualify for.
Ending unemployment benefits hasn't driven people back to work. Romney blames childcare, stimulus checks, and a re-evaluation of work and life.
Trump also said in an interview that Sen. Mitt Romney "couldn't be elected dog catcher" and that Sen. Mitch McConnell's "got no personality."
Events from the past two weeks underscored one thing: Neither Republicans nor Democrats want to see the nation plunged into a fresh economic crisis.
Reconciliation is seemingly the only way Democrats can raise the debt ceiling. The GOP is aiming to jam up the process to derail Biden's agenda.
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