Trump Questions Romney’s Mormon’s Authenticity

Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump questions Mitt Romney’s Mormon faith, after Romney announces plans to vote for Ted Cruz in Utah’s caucus.

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Photo Credit: Gage Skidmore/Wikipedia

Mitt Romney, a former Republican Party’s Presidential candidate has recently up the ante against Trump being the nominee for the Republican Party in the general election in November.

Romney lambasted Trump in a speech in Salt Lake City, calling him “a phony, a fraud” and saying it is his “very brand of anger that has led other nations into the abyss.”

Romney declared that he would vote for U.S. Senator Ted Cruz in Utah’s presidential nominating contest, but the party’s 2012 election standard-bearer stopped short of an official endorsement as he urged voters to deny the nomination to front-runner Donald Trump.

In a Facebook post, Romney said a vote for Cruz in Utah’s caucus on Tuesday was the best way to prevent Trump from locking down the nomination, which would give opponents a chance to select another candidate at the party’s July convention.

At a rally in Salt Lake City Friday, Trump responded by asking whether Romney was really a Mormon and calling him, “a choke artist.” The Mormon church is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Yvad Billings, Readers Bureau, Fellow

Edited by Jesus Chan

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