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GOP Congressman: Mitt Romney Is A Self-serving Egomaniac

Rep. Chris Collins doesn't think Romney will ever play ball.
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Rep. Chris Collins gives his version of "there's-no-I-in-team", as the suspicions mount among the hard right that Mitt Romney will never play ball with the Trumpsters.

Source: Raw Story

In addition to both Kellyanne Conway and Newt Gingrich speaking out against Romney, Rep. Chris Collins — who serves as the co-chairman of Trump’s House Leadership Committee — told CNN’s Chris Cuomo on Monday that he would strongly advise against picking the GOP’s 2012 presidential nominee to be secretary of state.

“What do I know about Mitt Romney? I know that he is a self-serving egomaniac who puts himself first, who has a chip on his shoulder,” Collins told CNN. “[He] thinks he should be president of the United States. I mean, there’s no love lost between me and Mitt Romney, and I’ve called him a loser for the last six months.”

Cuomo was stunned that Collins would so vigorously trash the president-elect’s potential pick for secretary of state, and he asked how to square this with Trump’s apparently belief that Romney would do a good job as the nation’s top diplomat.

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