2020 is getting really very complicated for Donald Trump. More than 120,000 coronavirus deaths in the United States, tens of millions of unemployed people, and continuing street protests against racism and police brutality.
And although it seems like distant history, it wasn’t so long ago that Trump faced an impeachment charge.
A situation from which he emerged victoriously, but during which he faced very harsh accusations.
All this has brought up the question, does the Republican Party have an alternative to ‘trumpism’? Is there any opposition to Trump within the American right? What course could this alternative take?
In this video, we’re going to try to answer these questions and we’re going to do it by going over the trajectory of Mitt Romney, one of the GOP’s most important leaders during the last two decades, and today as a Utah senator, a staunch opponent of Donald Trump.
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