“Santa” Trump Toys with Romney

The degree of difficulty in Romney’s dive last night was greater than a reverse 4½ somersault in tuck position. Stunning flipflop” – November 30th tweet by ABC News analyst Matthew Dowd on Mitt Romney’s complete Donald Trump attitude reversal

When you’re a President-elect billionaire—and the world literally is your oyster—what’s wrong with a little payback as political sport? Perhaps some subtle score-settling for a willing dupe with a history of being manipulated by Democrats? Therefore, what’s more fitting than to have this outspoken naysayer publicly humiliate himself with his smirking flip-flopping?

A delicious fate for Mitt Romney: a modern-day GOP Benedict Arnold. In retrospect, was his blistering rant criticizing Mr. Trump last March actually Shakespearean jealousy for a man who ultimately accomplished what he failed to achieve in 2012? To this end, Mitt acknowledged:

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By the way, it’s not easy winning. I know that myself. He did something I tried to do and was unsuccessful in. He won the general election and he continues with a message of inclusion and bringing people together, and his vision is something which obviously connected with the American people in a very powerful way.

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Actually, anyone familiar with winning knows it’s easy. It’s the losing part—holding grievances—that’s tough (ask Hillary!). In this light, publicly condemning Mr. Trump as a “phony,” a “con man,” and a “fake” sounds like self-serving sour grapes. Without a shred of proof, how is Mr. Romney’s disloyalty to the person who became the voters’ choice not character assassination?

Ah, the difference eight months and an election make. Today, this brown-noser finds Mr. Trump’s dining company to be “enlightening and interesting and engaging.” This dynamic proves that red meat at dinner (in the come-on chance to become Secretary of State) has attracted from the woodwork Mr. Trump’s most pesky political housefly. Now, it’s sweet revenge to hear Mr. Romney buzzing a radically different tune: that of The Donald’s praises.

Out of touch, two-faced Romney epitomizes establishment Republicans: the polished, weak-willed status quo. He’s another creature of Washington: precisely what Mr. Trump ran against. Therefore, it’s sheer folly for anyone to believe Mitt is in serious contention for anything besides further disappointment. In fact, on the campaign trail, Mr. Trump declared:

I said the guy is a stone cold loser, he choked and when you’re a choker, you can never give a choker a second chance. It’s too important. A choker is a choker.”

With such a pressing need for a new beginning for the country, why would Mr. Trump hamstring himself with someone he views in this way? Mr. Romney’s failed track record in 2008—as well as his unsubstantiated Trump criticisms in 2016—cannot be disregarded. It’s obvious Donald Trump doesn’t suffer losers or fools—beyond perhaps toying with them a bit. Therefore, logically, this holiday season sycophants like Romney top Santa’s naughty list. That roster doesn’t include the next Secretary of State.

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