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Romney responds to Trump commuting Roger Stone's sentence

Posted at 8:18 AM, Jul 11, 2020

Senator Mitt Romney took to Twitter to respond to the news of President Trump commuting the sentence of Roger Stone.

In a tweet Saturday morning, Romney called the move "Unprecedented, historic corruption."

Both Romney and Trump have used Twitter to voice their opinion on the other in the past, including Trump responding to Romney marching with Black Lives Matter.