The word on the street is that Mitt Romney is preparing a public apology for all of the horrible things he said about Donald Trump, all in order to secure the Secretary of State job.
Don’t trust him, Donald! A snake is always a snake. It never changes into something else. It is always just a snake. You were right about Mitt Rino from the start. He is a two-time loser who couldn’t beat the most beatable candidate to come down the pike in forever.
It isn’t my call, obviously, but I consider Newt Gingrich the most qualified candidate for the position. He is brilliant, he is tough, he is loyal, and he is direct. He will tell you exactly what he believes, sugarcoating nothing. a very important quality for an individual to possess in the position of Secretary of state. Rudy Giuliani is also a fine choice. But Mitt Romney? I am actually shocked that he has the chutzpah to even show his face in your presence. That takes a special sort of arrogance and disingenuousness.
Let’s review, shall we, Mr. President-elect. In the video below Mitt Romney explains exactly how he felt about you in March. I PROMISE you that has not changed! He is trying to apologize himself into a job.
— FOX & Friends (@foxandfriends) November 25, 2016
From The Hill
Fox News is reporting that Donald Trump’s transition team wants Mitt Romney to publicly apologize for railing against the president-elect during the campaign.
A transition official told Fox’s Ed Henry that some in Trump’s inner circle want the former Massachusetts governor to apologize in order to be seriously considered for the secretary of State.
Trump is reportedly considering whether to pick Romney or former New York City Mayor Rudy Giulianifor the coveted cabinet position.
Giuliani is the preferred choice of Trump’s loyalists and grassroots supporters, while Romney is a favorite of establishment conservatives.
“It’s not about that I don’t care for Mitt personally, but I’m still very unhappy that Mitt did everything he could to derail Donald Trump,” said Trump supporter Mike Huckabee in a Fox interview on Wednesday.
“There’s only one way that I think Mitt Romney could even be considered for a post like that and that is he goes to a microphone in a very public place and repudiates everything he said in that famous Salt Lake City speech, and everything he said after that,” Huckabee said, referring to a famous anti-Trump speech Romney gave in March.