//Ann Coulter counts Mitt Romney amongst ‘feckless old ladies’ in GOP who might vote to convict Trump

Ann Coulter counts Mitt Romney amongst ‘feckless old ladies’ in GOP who might vote to convict Trump

Conservative author Ann Coulter took a shot Saturday evening at three Senate Republicans who reportedly had been the one remaining members of the GOP who hadn’t signed a Senate colleague’s decision condemning the Home impeachment inquiry in opposition to President Trump.

A narrative in The Hill on Friday had recognized the trio as Sens. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, Susan Collins of Maine and Mitt Romney of Utah — lawmakers who’ve every opposed Trump once in a while from inside the GOP tent.

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Coulter provided her response to the story in a Twitter message.

“BREAKING: The Hill newspaper names 3 GOP senators as possible votes to convict Trump,” Coulter wrote. “Turns out they’re all legendarily feckless old ladies: Lisa Murkowski, Susan Collins, & Mitt Romney.”

Inside a couple of hours the tweet had gained greater than 16,000 likes and 4,000 retweets.

“The RINO’s want Trump impeached? I’m shocked!!,” one Twitter person commented.

“Disappointed; but not surprised about Romney,” one other wrote.

“I have faith in Susan Collins after standing up for Brett Kavanaugh,” one other commenter wrote. “I have no faith in Lisa Murkowski or Mitt Romney for this [if nothing] else [requires] integrity.”

The decision defending President Trump was launched Thursday by Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., chairman of the Home Judiciary Committee, and had been signed by each Senate Republican besides the trio, Graham told The Hill on Friday.

U.S. Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, was on the receiving end Saturday night of one of the latest Twitter barbs from conservative writer Ann Coulter.

U.S. Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, was on the receiving finish Saturday evening of one of many newest Twitter barbs from conservative author Ann Coulter.

Graham’s decision calls on Home Democrats to permit Trump to “confront his accusers” and to permit Republicans to concern subpoenas to witnesses of their selecting, in response to The Hill.

Neither Murkowski, nor Collins, nor Romney has endorsed the impeachment inquiry or the removing of Trump from the presidency, the story famous, including that every one three have merely shunned taking a place on the matter to date.

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Murkowski stated Thursday that she hadn’t learn Graham’s decision, whereas Romney stated he hadn’t learn it however deliberate to take action, The Hill reported, including that it hadn’t heard again but from Collins’ workplace.

Senate Majority Chief Mitch McConnell has backed Graham’s decision however hasn’t said whether or not he’ll name for a Senate vote on the matter, The Hill reported.

Coulter, in the meantime, has been a frequent critic of Trump as properly. For instance, she has repeatedly chided the president over delays in getting building of a U.S.-Mexico border wall underway, and final February referred to the president’s State of the Union deal with as “the lamest, sappiest, most deliberately tear-jerking SOTU ever.”

The president has typically opted to not return hearth — however final March referred to Coulter as a “Wacky Nut Job,” insisting he was “profitable on the Border” regardless of having “a complete Democrat Social gathering of Far Left Radicals in opposition to me (to not point out sure Republicans who’re sadly unwilling to combat).”