Sen Mitt Romney accused of being ‘deep state’ agent by Republicans after voting to impeach Trump

SENATOR Mitt Romney has been accused of being a "deep state" agent in a proposed censure motion by Republicans after voting to impeach Donald Trump.

The motion claimed that Romney failed to "represent the average conservative Utah Republican voter," the Salt Lake Tribune reported.

It added that he "misrepresented himself as a Republican" when he ran for office.

The even goes on to boldly claim that Romney "embarrassed the State of Utah."

The number of people who have signed the motion has not yet been revealed.

The censure also attacks Romney for voting to impeach Donald Trump for the second time.

Lawyers and fellow Republicans chose to enter pleas of "not guilty," due to the trial being unconstitutional as Trump is no longer in office.

Did Mitt Romney vote to impeach Trump?

Mitt Romney was one of seven Republicans who voted to impeach Donald Trump last week.

It is the second time that he has attempted to impeach the former president.

Romney’s “guilty” vote at Trump’s initial impeachment trial last February made him the first senator to ever vote to convict a president of the same party.

The trial that ended Saturday was Trump’s second — making him the first president to ever be tried twice for impeachment — and the fourth in presidential history.

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