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Mitt Romney Did Not Vote for Donald Trump in 2020 Election

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Mitt Romney Did Not Vote for Donald Trump in 2020 Election

Mitt Romney Did Not Vote for Donald Trump in 2020 Election

On Monday, Senator Mitt Romney revealed to CNN that he did not vote for Donald Trump’s re-election.


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