GOP Senator Confronted Romney After Vote On Witnesses

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According to a report, Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) confronted Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) over his vote to allow more witnesses.

Romney would later vote to convict Trump. Johnson did not.

From The Hill:

Two Republican senators — Ron Johnson of Wisconsin and Mitt Romney of Utah — got into a confrontation on the Senate floor Saturday after Romney voted with Democrats to allow witnesses in the impeachment trial of former President Trump.

Reporters sitting in the Senate gallery said they saw a “visibly upset” Johnson turn to Romney and point at him after the vote.

The two men then got into a back-and-forth, with Sen. Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska) trying to play referee.

Voices were raised, and at one point Johnson was overheard saying he blamed Romney.

Sadly, there is no video.

It is also unclear what was exactly said.

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