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Mitt Romney's Response To Trump's Comments

Originally aired: Friday, August 18, 2017

Mitt Romney, the former Massachusetts Governor and Former Presidential candidate for the United States has been a long time critic of Donald Trump prior to Trump being elected President of the United States. Now with President's statements after the protests that led to a death in Charlottesville, VA after a group of white supremacists, neo-nazi's, and other hate groups clashed with another group of counter-protestors Romney's statements call for the President to apologize for his comments that compared the White Nationalists to the counter protesters, and for Trump's insistence that the problem has to do with which group was permitted and the erasing our history by removing statues of Confederate figures like Robert E. Lee. KSL NewsRadio's Doug Wright gets responses from Boyd Packer of the Sutherland Institute, Kirk Jowers of doTERRA and former director of the Hinkley Institute of Politics at the University of Utah, and Jason Perry the current Director of the Hinkley Institute of Politics at the University of Utah.