Romney Calls Biden ‘man of honor’ on Infrastructure Bill

Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) believes President Biden when the president backtracked on his comment that he wanted two infrastructure bills.

When Biden announced he had a bipartisan agreement on a more moderate infrastructure bill, he also commented that he would not support the bill unless it was paired with a much bigger bill that could be passed under budget reconciliation.

The New York Times reports:

“If this is the only thing that comes to me, I’m not signing it,” he said, answering a question about the timing of his legislative agenda. “I’m not just signing the bipartisan bill and forgetting about the rest.”

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Biden’s statement sounded the alarm that the smaller bill was a bait and switch for Republican support.

Following Biden’s ill timed comment, the White House worked hard to cover for the president.

More from The New York Times, “For more than 24 hours, the White House engaged in damage control, with top advisers calling senators from both parties.”

Apparently, the damage control worked with Romney.

On CNN’s “State of the Union,” Romney said he is taking the president “at his word,” adding Biden is “a man of honor.”

Romney also criticized former President Trump over concerns about the integrity of the 2020 presidential election.

Let’s get this straight. Romney believes Biden on the infrastructure bill and slams former President Trump over concerns about the election.

Romney is acting like a Democrat and Utah Republicans should be outraged.