Newsflash: Tell-All Reveals Frustration Betwixt Senators Romney Vs. Hawley

Interesting . . .

This public radio tidbit EXCITEDLY examines more than a bit of hostility betwixt a rising star GOP leader and a former presidential candidate on his way out.

Here are the basics . . .

Over the course of two years, The Atlantic journalist and author McKay Coppins was privy to Romney's inner thoughts on his career highs and lows, and Romney's personal criticism of his senate colleagues.

That includes that Missouri's U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley, whom Romney described as the "the smartest person in the room," but expressed frustrations over hisobjection to the certification of the Biden's presidential election victory.

Coppins described Romney as willing to work with nearly any of his senate colleagues but said, "Josh Hawley was one [Romney] said that he doesn't see a future of working with him on anything because he really was kind of deeply offended by Josh Hawley's role in the objecting to the electoral votes."

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Why Sen. Mitt Romney says he couldn't work with Josh Hawley

In a new political tell-all book, "Romney: A Reckoning," journalist McKay Coppins explores Sen. Mitt Romney's political career, including his frustrations with one of Missouri's U.S. senators, Josh Hawley.